We stumbled on this place looking for lunch at an odd hour and are so glad we stopped. We were the only customers in the place and Michael and his family treated us so well. He takes the time to explain the food and tell...More
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This is not a common restaurant. This place is like you dropping into somebody's house where the cook is good and the company is even better. Michele and Jolanda have passion and this translates into and a menu that is kept short so that everything...More
Small family run Trattoria. Excellent local food. Michele & Jolanda very friendly and helpful. Must try the Cannoli !!
It was my first time to visit Palermo. Me and my friend decided to go in this restaurant. The food was so amazing and nice, owners michelle and yollanda are so nice and tried their best to speak and communicate in English.
came across this place tucked away on a side street lovely food tried cannoli for the first time it was amazing as was the rest of the food we tried . michele and his wife are very welcoming . you can find this place on...More
Michele is very friendly and makes a wonderful atmosphere. We had antipasto (some cheese and croquettes), pasto with sardines, cannoli and some white wine. We enjioyed them and we're glad we choose this place for the lunch. We had a taste of traditional sicilian food...More
Visited this place based on good reviews on TripAdvisor. Our experience was very average. We can agree that Michele and his family are very friendly people and we felt very relaxed there. Real home atmosphere. We were offered complex menu for 18 Eur per person...More
Often, when you have your Gordon Ramsey Kitchen Nightmare type shows, a failure of small family-run restaurants is to try to appeal to too-wide an audience, with huge menus that they can't deliver. Not in the case of Michele & Jolanda - there are 3/4...More
Wonderful reception from Micheal and Jolanda. If you want authentic Sicily don't go any where else. Food home made by Jolanda, rustic and unpretentious.