Went there following recommendation from our hotel receptionist, the food is ok but overpriced in Sicily given the quality.
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Picked this restaurant out for its central location. The staff were so kind and attentive. The food was excellent, and well priced.highly recommended.
Grazie davvero. Valeria Lombardo
The food was good but a bit over priced, the waiters were not quite so friendly... we only ate there once but it was near our b&b and fine for a first night.
The host of our B&B suggested we try this restaurant and so glad we did! The tables are set up outside in the courtyard with candles along the walkway. The service was top notch! The food was excellent, especially the homemade pasta.
We had a lovely meal at Perbacco. We were welcomed and given a nice table outside, service was friendly and unobtrusive. The patio was clean, tidy and peaceful at the top of a short staircase from the main street. Starters were very good, especially the...More
Yes this was a lovely authentic restaurant experience in Agrigento, I found this place by following some candles up a flight of stairs which led to a lovely courtyard where you can sit on warmer nights. The night I visited it was quite chilly so...More
Popes in for Gnocchi and Spaghetti. Service quick and attentive. We ate outside, very nice with background music. Inside great for cooler weather. There was one trap for the new players. In the low light outside we sprinkled grated cheese onto our meals, one more...More
we had primo and secundo of fish. All perfect. Outside dining like you sit in a small village square. Nice waiters and they are not brothers, wich I thaught they were.
We have been one week in Sicily and that was for sure the best food we had! Being italian I know what I am talking about :) We had a nice Pasta ai Frutti di mare and Pasta with uvetta, pinoli e Ricotta. Good Quality...More
A bit out of the way but an interesting interior with character. Had to ask for the tourist menu which was good value and covered wine and water. The food is 'local' and probably not to everyone's taste although the locals were happy. There were...More