and they'll cook it for you, in whichever way you want it. Good food at reasonable prices, family atmosphere.
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We ate here twice for dinner and was very pleased. The fish was very fresh, the staff pleasant and down to earth, the past cooked just right. The wine, Italian of course, was super and priced right. I would recommend this to ALL!
This is a really, really nice and homely restaurant and severely underrated! The food is great and home cooked. It's all really rustic, fresh and tasty. One of the best meals we've had, and not expensive at all. The pasta was full of flavour, and...More
Happened to be passing by and saw this place. What a mistake. Stomach cramps all night as a result of eating a disgusting Veal Escalope in disgusting breadcrumbs. We did not complain but they must have known they'd served us a rubbish meal as we...More
Signor Radover controlli gentilmente bene il locale, perchè noi non serviamo nel nostro menù sgaloppe di vitello. Evidentemente lei è...More
This small and cozy restaurant is perfect for a simple dinner far away from the chaotic city center crowd. The friendly service and the atmosphere will make you feel at home. We had mussels, spaghetti con le vongole, penne alla norma, and fried fishes. Everything...More
Arrived late in Palermo and walked in after 10 pm. Relaxed with mixed crowd of locals and tourists enjoying the vibe. Menu in several languages. Concise and interesting. Personal service. For tourists exactly what you would want to experience in Sicily. Definitely authentic. Try this...More
Excellent traditional Sicilian food. I had mussel soup - shelled mussels and plenty of them - with a small amount of mouth watering soup. Then black seafood pasta. Very unusual - very nice. If you are looking for slick professional service etc - this is...More
We discovered this gem on a stroll down the Via Roma. We ate on the patio and thoroughly enjoyed our lunch. I had the Sicilan gnoochi and my husband had the clamari. What a treat!