Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Cassibile, Syracuse, Province of Syracuse including Pizzeria Blume, Pizzeria Manhattan, Pizzeria Paper Moon di Ficara Michele, Sherlock Holmes, Pescheria Trattoria Del Pescatore, ristorante pizzeria nazionale, Panificio Nane, Come Si Chiama?, Pizzeria New Moon, Lady Lusya
4 based on 16 reviews
We took the breakfast and one diner during our week at Lady Lusya.The food was ok.They left the cereals the whole week on the serving table and they didn't provide milk o yogurt to eat with the cereals.
4 based on 20 reviews
Impasto pizza alternativo( canapa, moringa, 10 cereali, soia, integrale, kamut, tipo 1 macinato a pietra, senza glutine,)
We were amazed at how quickly the waitress brought our pizza. The taste was delicious. It is a small pizzeria and we happened to be the only ones there, so it was very calm. The waitress was friendly and accommodating. Cash only.
Very great food and drinks! Also very kind people! Cosy little spot on the square in the center. Definitely a nice spot when youâre in Cassibile!
4 based on 25 reviews
Without exception in our few months here, when shopping for bread et cetera, a long queue of local people. Says it all really. Excellent breads but also pizza slices, focce et cetera; not the cheapest perhaps, but good. Easy parking outside in a little street, southern end, off the main SS115.
4 based on 123 reviews
Ristorante tramandato dal padre al figlio con una storia di quasi 40 anni alle spalle cucina ingenuina molto casereccia pizze gigante Ã¨ tanto pesce fresco, struttura pulita Ã¨ ristrutturata
Happened to discover the place by chance since we were parked nearby.A good selection on the menu with very reasonable prices. As a starter I opted for the antipasti table in which I wasn't disappointed. For main I had the scaloppine ai funghi which for what you pay are very reasonably priced and genuine. My friends had pizza which also comes in a very generous size.We stepped in late and waiters were very friendly and didn't even hurry us.The only thing which I couldn't understand is that they do not have a wine list and their wine selection is only offered from the shelve for reds and fridge for whites, in both cases with very minimum selection and low quality.
4 based on 28 reviews
Lontano dallo stress cittadino, questa trattoria Ã¨ il posto ideale per una cena dai sapori freschi e genuini, gentilezza e cordialitÃ completano il giudizio molto positivo di questa location. Consigliato!!
4 based on 156 reviews
The worst pizza I had in Italy - it was burned, had way too much chese and to little flavour. Add a bruschetta with not ripe, discount store grade tomatoes and You get a well earned one star review - it's elementary, my dear Watson. The decorum was good dough, and was the service.
4 based on 189 reviews
The Paper Moon was born in 1984 as a pub then evolved into a pizzeria. For ten years, steackhouse and typical Sicilian first courses, to be combined with excellent salads. Simple environment, great for both families and kids. feel at home with the flavors
We went twice during our stay in nearby Fontane Bianche. They have excellent pizza and calzones. Also the chips are crispy and delicious. The grilled chicken and grilled vegetables were also good. They gave complimentary digestif and sweets. The service is very fun and friendly but can be a bit slow.
4 based on 352 reviews
The pizza was great. The service excellent and the owner very friendly. Good value for money.It is a basic up/pizzeria. We went quite early so not much atmosphere, most people arrive after nine o'clock. Nevertheless the pizza was great, the beer good and the people very friendly!!
4 based on 346 reviews
Pizzeria Di Ficara Blume has stood the test of time,Our pizzas are completely unchanged since 1994 , made by our famous chef Sebastiano Ficara, who is always pleased to offer you his wide range of Sicilian specialties.
If you're staying in or around Cassibile there are quite a number of pizzerias in what after all is a relatively small community, though out of season people gravitate from a wider area, to this the town where the armistice was signed with the Italians in 1943 (plaque, though not the original, in front of the church). History lesson over, this pizzeria is accessed in the side street, and immediately a warm welcome. Excellent service thereafter from a multi-lingual woman and her canine friend, which incidentally was absolutely no problem. Wide range of pizzas and usual drinks (bottled beers, carafes of local wine, soft drinks and water), all at a very reasonable price. Whether the pizzas are the best in town, Sicily or Italy, I don't know (and I've travelled the length and breadth of the country), but they were good; which is more than I can say for some of the art work hanging on the walls! Plenty of parking in nearby side streets. Recommend / Io raccomando.
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