This restaurant serves delicious local Sicilian food with a twist. We go back every year and are never disappointed. There is no menu, but the antipasti are a must and I can highly recommend both the first course and the main. This year of note were the quails eggs on lightly toasted local durum wheat bread, a savoury flan/soufflé with hazelnuts, courgette flower filled pasta with a nut sauce and the best Nebrodian black pork my son has eaten this year. You could stop with the antipasta (around 10 different dishes), but we stuffed ourselves and with a mid-priced bottle of wine the bill for three was around 110 euros. Excellent value for money. The owner sat down with us and chatted about where he sources his food from and the young waiter was so kind as well.
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