Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Noto. Noto (Sicilian: Notu; Latin: Netum) is a city and comune in the Province of Syracuse, Sicily, Italy. It is 32 kilometres (20 mi) southwest of the city of Syracuse at the foot of the Iblean Mountains. It lends its name to the surrounding area Val di Noto. In 2002 Noto and its church were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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4 based on 65 reviews
This is a very unprepossessing restaurant in the small village of San Corrido. They are pizzaria but do have a limited number of pasta dishes. My Carbonara was excellent and my husband enjoyed his chip pizza. There were 3 parties of locals there and we were a bit of a novelty! They spoke little English but the welcome was warm. I would recommend this for an informal meal.
4 based on 194 reviews
We ate here twice because we had such a good experience the first time! It is particularly good for families as there is enough outside space for little ones to roam between courses - with a grassed, walled, small garden that toddlers can enjoy with fairly minimal supervision. However, the best part is the food! We were really surprised by how good the pizzas were - yes, we have eaten pizza all over the world, Naples included - the fresh, local ingredients, excellent bases and mix of 'classical' and innovative pizza toppings made it a really good experience for adults and children. One or two of the group said the pizzas were among the best they had eaten, such as a perfectly prepared Parmigiana. The grilled meat dishes and the pastas were also good - and plentiful. The only slight disappointment was the frittura mista (contorni) which comprised more potato-based items than expected, although the actual chips/French fries were very tasty! The wines were good and - for overseas visitors - an interesting sample of what Sicily can offer. Service was generally friendly and mostly prompt. If you are in the area, do go!
4 based on 194 reviews
We dined at this new restaurant on Saturday August 20th. There were 7 of us. We were given a table on the beautiful roof terrace. There is plenty of parking outside fortunately because the restaurant was full. Driving in Noto in August is a challenge, finding a parking space is almost impossible. Dining at the Quadrilatero was stress free with parking. Service was terrific, presentation of the food is of a very high standard. We were there for pizza and they do some very different pizze as well as the classic ones. My husband and I will be returning at the end of the month to celebrate a romantic dinner for our wedding anniversary. We noted that they do an Aberdeen Angus fillet - it's difficult to get a fillet steak in Sicily as they favour the thin bistecca, albeit you can buy from the butcher to cook your fiorentina at home. So that will be something to look forward to. The pizza was delicious, food was served nice and hot. Prices are very reasonable. The table cloths, napkins, cutlery, crockery and glasses are very good quality. The restaurant looks small from outside but as you walk into the grounds it is big with the wow factor in a beautifully created outdoor garden. The building was an old abandoned building that has been transformed into something spectacular and enhances the area around it. The family owners work in the restaurant with the staff to ensure that your dining experience is a special one. We reserved the table in advance for 20:30 and by the time we were leaving, the restaurant and huge car park were full. There has been no expense spared on the restoration of this beautiful old building including the public toilets with the Dyson glove dryer - it truly has the wow factor from the internal flooring, external terrazzo, beautiful garden with olive and palm trees. I could go on forever! I have only ONE criticism - the wine list is expensive - there are many good local wines in Sicily that can be found in many cantina. A good, affordable house wine added to the menu would make this fine dining and pizza restaurant perfect. However beers are available and reasonable to drink with pizza, coupled with acqua frizzante and naturale. A huge thank you to all the staff at Quadrilatero. We will return. A presto.
4 based on 67 reviews
Locale moderno accogliente con 30 posti a sedere allInterno.Ottimo per un pasto veloce con prodotti tipici Netini. Con tavoli all'esterni nel periodo estivo.Tutti i prodotti sono preparati con il forno a legna.
OK, so it's good value for money but neither my vegetarian pizza or my husband's pizza were up to much. On my pizza the aubergine was an odd colour and tasteless, the artichoke was clearly from a jar and the spinach was clearly from the freezer. Maybe we just got unlucky but we went to Ristorante Antico Mercato for pizza twice - more of a restaurant, very similar prices and really great pizza
4 based on 405 reviews
Oh Noto... what a marvel... Please please do not miss: the Santa Chiara church with an interesting insight into the life of the Clarisse nuns; Palazzo Landolina where you can enjoy a personal tour; the theatre dedicated to a local actress called Tina di Lattanzio, a little trip back in time; Palazzo Nicolaci, an opulent display of one of the wealthiest families at the time. And much more...But we needed lunch and were disappointed to see that the starred places were closed (a bit of a sour note here for the sometimes not fully deservedly credited guys...) so we bumped into Geranio right at the back of the grand Ducezio palace. And it was good. Maybe not the most coherently stylish of places but - I insist - food was very good. Piccola had a "sarago" (a striped bream, wrongly classed as second fiddle to the mighty "orata"..) with potatoes and was very happy with it. As I might have said, pork is not top of my list but I couldn't avoid trying the ravioli stuffed with ricotta dressed with pork ragout and they were excellent. We also shared an explosive salad of Pachino tomatoes with fresh onion and mixed ice cream. Service was cordial and attentive by Signor Corrado. So if you trust me just don't read too much, show your back to the big boys and go to Geranio!By the way as a little mid afternoon addendum you shouldn't miss Caffe' Costanzo in via Spaventa and ask for a "gremolata di gelsi" - ah too long to explain, just ask and eat!!
4 based on 567 reviews
Noto, 28 March 2014; Rebirth of the Garden of Santa Chiara, just a few meters from the homonymous church and the famous Cathedral of Noto. Pizzeria with wood oven, high digestibility bodies and special combinations with the best ingredients that offers ou
We went in Noto to spend a Sunday evening with our kids and once arrived dinner time we called this pizzeria to book a table. Positive the summary of course, but also the pizza was summarily good with a quick service and the fried appetizers were also tasty. So is a recommendable place where to eat.
4 based on 614 reviews
A bit off the beaten track, this place had loads of locals getting tasty, uncomplicated dishes that are warm and hearty, and super affordable.
4 based on 474 reviews
Big pizza place - and yes, theyâre fully dedicated to pizza, so donât expect a varied menu. But they do their pizza properly. We were in the mood for something simple, so pizza it was. I had one of their signature pizzas with burrata and cordo di parma. Very nice! If youâre in Noto and up for pizza, then this place is a dage bet.
4 based on 569 reviews
We booked via the fork and benefited from the 20% discount on our bill which was very reasonable.Pizza was well made, with whole meal flour so healthier than normal and the spaghetti that my wife had was good and al dente.Only reason we give 4 stars is the decor lacks colour, itâs very white and could benefit from some vibrancy.Also donât sit near the front door which has a very irritating squeak when it is opened/closed.Limited vegetarian options but the grilled vegetables are tasty.Friendly staff as well
4 based on 847 reviews
Having been in Noto already a few nights, we didnât have any dinner reservation and decided to chance the 2nd best place on trip advisor...We arrived around 7:45pm and we warmly greeted and accommodated for 2 people.We tried both the pizza- so sizeable that we took half home and the pasta alla Norma.Both were very good and I also drank a generous glass of Nero DâAvola which didnât disappoint.By the time we left, the place was quite full.For 28eur, this place is good value for money and suits all budgets.
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