Food is very good, a modern variation on traditional Sicilian cuisine. Quite restaurant with friendly service. Price is correct for the quality.
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Nice andere cosy. Good and pleasant service. Exelent food. Nice wines. Good respond on alternative wishes. Als visited by Locals.
Another disappointing meal from one of these so called Italian gastro pub/wine bar type places. Surely the chief knows he's putting out a poor meal. We complained about the steak to the waiter she said sorry but still charged us eighty euro for this very...More
In order to have a proper idea of this place, we visited it two times, and the impression was twice enthusiastic. Taberna dei Cinque Sensi is the perfect solution if you want to experience Ragusa's baroque, not only in architecture and art, but also in...More
Great little restaurant. Few tables outside and few tables inside. The menu as small as the place, but we wanted to order one of everything as it all looked fantastic! How ever great staff that made sure that we had an amazing meal. Let them...More
My husband and I stumbled upon this little restaurant tucked away in the corner when the restaurant we wanted to try was fully booked! Well, what a find! The service was just lovely, the waitress helped with our faltering Italian and the food was just...More
A short menu, some items off but not a bad thing, better than a toilet roll length menu all fresh from the freezer or food service delivery. The sole waiter was very busy and checks with chef on availability as we choose. Simple decor inside,...More
Had a reasonable, if somewhat expensive, meal here. We shared a platter of the Sicilian black pig meat products which was very tasty indeed. Mains were a tad disappointing, especially my wife's Steak Strips which were simply lumps of steak, many of which were quite...More
Casual, contemporary wine bar with a chef owner turning out very nice, inspired slow food. If the smoked herring carbonara is on the menu, order it! The charcuterie board of local pork and cheese products is great, as was a seasonal fava bean "soup." A...More