Lovely place for traditional sicilian food, polite staff, great food and wine... It is charming and cosy.
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We visited this restaurant on the last night of our visit to Sicily the food, wine , ambience and staff were outstanding. The shared starters were easily the best we tasted all week. Especially the ricotta in three types, just wonderful. We had six different...More
We expected more seafood on the menu but were not disappointed in what was offered. The building is an old wine house and the inside is like museum. We had the steak tartare for an antipasto and a steak with mushroom sauce as the main...More
Authentic food with excellent service over and above what's expected. The meal was finished off unexpectedly with complimentary Zibibbo. The waiter was very attentive and extremely helpful. Donkey steak on the menu for those willing to try something different.
I cannot recommend this restaurant enough and would say this was by far my favourite out of all the places we visited in Sicily, and there were some big contenders! A hidden gem tucked away in a small town at the foot of mount etna,...More
Great food, awesome staff. Even though I had already eaten tagliatelle with porcini and filet, I had to top it off with this amazing dessert
We had such a terrible service !!!!! Don't even try to speak Italian because the waiter will ridiculise you in front of the restaurant with all the disgust and contempt he could have !!!! I speak 4 different languages and I can, exceptionally mix some...More
Probably the most delicious food i ever ate in sicily ... the staff were so nice and the owners are so sweet and welcoming..and the place is so warm. highly recommend it ... claire and rodrigo xx
The place was packed with huge families having Sunday dinner...always the best sign for the locals’ favorite special spot. Sumptuous plates, subtle flavors, loving presentation, rightly proud owners...the sort of small town place we dreamed of in our anticipation of Sicily.
A traditional mid-day Sunday meal in a picturesque Sicilian restaurant beneath Mt Etna. The waiters spoke excellent English and helped us choose just the right combination of dishes. Though the restaurant had a formal feeling, the staff was flexible enough to accommodate 4 people with...More