0.5 miles
1 The Parade, The Knap, Barry, CF62 6SD
Situated in The Knap in Barry, Giuliano's boasts a UK restaurant rarity - a calming sea view that can be admired courtesy of its panoramic glass frontage. It is Giuliano himself, ably assisted by his son, who creates many of the wide-ranging and satisfying Italian favourites that feature on this intimate restaurant's menu.

The ingredients are, of course, freshly sourced and change with the seasons. For those with a penchant for seafood, especially given the view, calamari fritto is a perfect starter - a dish of fried squid on a bed of leaves with a rich garlic mayonnaise dip. Petto di anitra Guiliano, featuring succulent duck breast served with a tangy port and orange sauce, is an especially popular main course. Vegetarians are equally well catered for with dishes that would tempt even the most die hard of carnivores. Melanzane alla Parmigiana oozes layers of aubergine bursting with mozzarella, basil, Parmesan and tomato sauce. If you have any room left, a good selection of Italian sweets is available too.

The attentive service in this family-run restaurant makes any occasion relaxed and enjoyable, and for those warmer months, the option to sit in the paved garden is an added pleasure. Make like the Italians do and enjoy long family meals together, made all the more appealing by the credit-crunch-friendly pricing - starters range from £3 to £8 and main courses from £10 to £15.
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