From the time you ring the bell and enter the restaurant, you will be treated to a gracious experience. The wine selection is first rate and the meals we enjoyed were fresh and delicious. Very welcoming and friendly staff.
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We went there for lunch with the idea of eating something "light". We had the parmigian eggplant which was really delicious, together with a plate of various seasonal vegetables, also very teasty. This os what we need after an excess of pasta and pizza! The...More
Don’t forget to ring the doorbell, otherwise you can not enter. When you do you find a surprisingly warm, inviting restaurant with a nice personal touch. Extensive selection of sicilian wines and a limited but good menu card. Food is very tasty with herbs and...More
The food was awesome. The manager waited on us. The chef came out to check that we liked the meal. The attention was personal.
they have michelin fork ad knife in the window - sort of built up expectations - 6 of us ate there - very small portions, no atmosphere as was completely empty bar us, very average
We were recommended this restaurant by a local Sicilian who knows her food and wine and on an excursion to Etna we stopped off at this cosy restaurant on a wet and windy day in December. The lunch we ate was delicious and finely made...More
We command a regional wine that was tagged 16euro and we get an 25euro bottle served, I suspect the resto serving rigged wine bottles: the wine we get served was a bottle of 2015 Etna Crater white wine, but on the label there was an...More
Quite expensive, just a few dishes but tasty. Good if you plan to impress someone but order some wine (rose house wine is a good choice or bottled wine is better)
We found it a little strange having to ring the door bell to obtain entrance to the restaurant but it was very much worth it. The restaurant was very tastefully decorated and had a nice feel to it. Our waiter was very helpful, offering very...More