In a very small hidden alley we found this very little but very traditional sicilian restaurant. Pino and Maria are very friendly and they cook and serve simple traditional plates with delicious taste... Must visit and eat when at Enna!!
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Found this trattoria in guidebook but we checked it on tripadvisor in advance as well. The reviews almost discouraged us from going there but this place is not bad at all. A very old couple has run this place for about 65 years now. Its...More
My guidebook said that it was basic and a real throwback and they were right. House wine was cheap, but rough, but whilst the food was perfectly good and I'm glad I went for the experience, I wouldn't go back.
For an authentic dining experience in Enna, find your way into the grotto that is home to this tiny, two room, restaurant. As we descended, we found Guiseppe cleaning a large pile of greens on the main table. We had no idea where we were,...More
Filippo, who showed us round the castle of Enna, had recommended this trattoria but said it was inconvenient for access by car. Looking for somewhere else in our car, we found ourselves driving once more through Enna's one way system when my wife said 'Look,...More
Excellent home cooked Sicillian food. Lovely little gem in the heart of Enna. We had a lovely time with our little daughter eating great food and enjoying wonderful hospitality from the briljant and warm chef. As for one of the other reviews on here: if...More
We visited on a Sunday night. Access is down an alley, then steps down into the restaurant, white washed with two rooms and a hatch to the kitchen. We were called immediately to the hatch to be shown the pasta dish of the day. A...More
This tiny, family-run place down an alley in Enna is about as authentic as it gets. We arrived quite late for lunch, and Giuseppe and Maria (who we understand have been in charge here for five decades!) suggested a menu for us which Giuseppe proceeded...More
If you expect to eat in a luxury restaurant, well this is not definitely the right choice. But if you just want to have a taste of real, authentic Sicilian food, then you MUST go to Grotta Azzurra. One of the best "arancino" ever, trippa...More