Highly recommend this restaurant if you’re looking for a slightly different presentation of Sicilian cuisine. The menu isn't super long, but there is plenty of variety and the sharing-nature means you'll find something for everyone.
We really enjoyed the “tapas” style of the Sicilian options, giving us the chance to try lots of different dishes in a sharing style. Whilst not the most authentic Sicilian dish, the burger they did was fantastic (as were the other dishes!). We also got to try panelle and parmigiana as well as a great pistacio semifreddo. The restaurant was relatively busy, so reservations are probably recommended, however they were very happy to let us sit and eat at the bar (outside seemed a touch too cold!). The staff were all very friendly, giving us a few wines to taste and spoke English.
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