We had a very good dinner late March when most other restaurants were closed. We had a mixed antipasti which was very good and generous and two primi piatti secondi pesce which were quite ok.
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I ate here three times. I ordered the grilled aubergines and courgettes. I tried the pasta alla vongole, and the pasta alla norma. All these meals were just delicious. Everything is fresh and well prepared. The red wine is fabulous ! It is red wine...More
We discovered this family run restaurant while staying at Caesar's Palace Hotel next door. Thankfully we did not have the "all inclusive" at the hotel. The front desk suggested Al Fagiano when we asked for a local restaurant. So glad they did. We enjoyed the...More
After a long day doing the sights we wandered in tired hungry and looking for a chilled out nite. We weren't disappointed the food was the nicest we had all week and the the homely feel is just what we needed..mama deserts were also perfect.highly...More
I was positively suprised despite the review comments. It was the best white house wine so far and magnifent pizza. Probably they have improved since last year. I cannot find any drawbacks, a good value restaurant indeed.
Nice restaurant, on a main road though! House wine terrible, nice linguini di mare, services a bit messy, due to too many misunderstandings, including wrong sauce on the meal. Offered limoncello but surprisingly included in the bill! Not particularly impressed by the mixed grilled fish,...More
Food was quite good but nothing more than average. We had a risotto, cozze gratinate and grigliata mista, and it was all standard quality. We were expecting more. Location a bit problematical because of the traffic you're basically sit into. Staff really kind with us....More
A family business restaurant with great service. Francesco (an amazing look alike of Al Pacino in his young days) who we believe runs the restaurant, gave us great advices on what to order and great wine to have with the food. The staff was great!...More
We "settled" for this place because we had hungry kids and it was close to our hotel. It turned out to be one of the highlight meals of our month in Sicily. The Etna house wine was delicious and refreshing. The freebie bruschetta from the...More