Nettuno is of the main pedestrian route (Corso Umberto) in tourist-infested Taormina up a narrow staircase to a large terrace/garden where the restaurant operates in the summer. The surroundings are very pleasant and tasteful, with plain white tablecloths (bonus point for that). The whole scene is immediately appealing to the eye. Service was courteous and professional and the food was some of the best we tasted in 11 days in Sicily - finally a good, not too salty seafood pasta and fantastic ravioli - so disappointed on our second visit that it was sold out! I had a super barbecue tuna main. The menu is a little limited and could be more varied on a day-to-day basis which we noticed on our second visit. All in all though well worth a visit when in Taormina.
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