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4 based on 316 reviews
Great price and excellent value. Their pastas were superb, and going by the number of people eating there you wouldnât bother eating anywhere else.
4 based on 577 reviews
our hotel owner advised to eat here and it was excellent. not poncy just really tasty food .. house wines are fine. no dramas getting seated or ordering , being english we eat early and go past a place and there's no one in. so you think ooohh , no ones in ,is it any good?took us ages to work it out it was us. hey ho.
5 based on 50 reviews
A new opening Restaurant in Piazza Armerina, with friendly staff and simple & tasty real Sicilian Food. It is located in a very central position of the town, walking distance from the main hubs of the city. it is open for both lunch and dinner, offering f
I love this little lunch spot. It has become my favorite place to eat in Piazza Armerina. You can pick from a large variety of hot dishes behind the counter, including baked pastas, involtini, a large selection of vegetables prepared different ways, seafood, soup, veal, potatoes, etc. When you order, your selection is taken to the kitchen to be reheated. You can also order from a variety of pasta dishes, which are prepared in the kitchen. The chef emphasizes the quality and freshness of local foods. One time he showed me some fresh mustard greens and asked if I'd like to try them. (Little did he know I grow them in my garden at home.) He cooked them up in olive oil with garlic and brought me a large plate. Sosta & Gusta is open daily for lunch, either eat in or takeout. The service is very good and very friendly.
4 based on 208 reviews
Actually we choose the place because they open already at 6pm, but it turned out to be a very good choice. We had the best grilled gamberoni of the entire trip, 7 giant specimens. The sogliola was very fresh, 7 very small and very tasty fish babies.Good house wine and very friendly staff.
4 based on 326 reviews
TRINACRIA offers you the typical Sicilian cuisine, all products served are strictly local, grown and harvested in the surrounding rural areas or at most sourced exclusively from Sicily.
This restaurant is very convenient to stop for a meal when visiting the Roman villa. The parking is free. The menu offers two prefixed meals at â¬15 and â¬20, as well as a reasonably priced a la carte menu. The service is very pleasant and the scenery is beautiful farm fields. The food is traditional Sicilian fair with both fish and meat options. We chose this restaurant based on high ratings and reviewers specifically saying the food was great. I have to disagree on that. The pasta was over cooked, pork knuckles were way too salty, caponata not bad, chicken ok. Perhaps we should have gone with the seafood options, but being that this restaurant is not on the coast we figured meat dishes would be better. The meal was not terrible, but certainly not worthy of the 5 stars it currently has on TripAdvisor.
4 based on 381 reviews
I might be bias, because I'm originally from this part of Siciliy, and I've often eaten at Nino's. If you are visiting Piazza Armerina, and want to have a delicious dinner, then you should walk by or call in first, make a reservation (yes , it's not that easy to get a table), and then...enjoy the food. The antipasti, the pizza, the pasta, the meat, you're gonna love it, I'm sure of that!
4 based on 421 reviews
This small husband and wife run trattoria was recommended by our B&B host and we were delighted with it. On a distinctly cool April night we took one of the three tables indoors and although neither of them spoke any English we got on fine with the help of my wifeâs Spanish. The very tasty food is cooked from fresh, was well worth the modest wait and was reasonably priced. No frills but genuine character, with that personal touch.
4 based on 476 reviews
I never imagined a Michelin Star Restaurant in a small town. Yet, there it was. A casual elegance. Excellent service, lovely food, presented artistically. A wine list that satisfies the best conousseur. I would recommend it for business dinners, couples and family reunions, not with young children. Complimenting this restaurant is a small parki g area.
4 based on 392 reviews
Hands down, the best arancini in our two weeks of travelling around Sicily because they were light and crispy on the outside and stuffed full of delicious ragu which was, rightly in our opinion, the star of the show. The cannoli, whilst not right at the top, were absolutely delicious too.
4 based on 748 reviews
Little local restaurant with great wait staff. Simple menu. The swordfish was dry. The bread was nothing special. The roasted potatoes were good. The spinach was pretty bland; I had to season it with salt and pepper to give it some flavor. I was unimpressed by the food.
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