Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Santa Flavia including Palantica Maestri Pizzaioli, Pizzeria Monet, Can Caus, I sapori di Donna Concetta, Ristorante al Faro Verde da Benito, Tanit, Francu u' Piscaturi, Busnaghi, Antica Pizzeria Solunto, Antica Pizzeria La Punta
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3 based on 372 reviews
This Place is probably packed in the summertime. In winter it's only open from Friday to Sunday evening. The major selling point is the large variety of vey delicious pizzas, fresh from a wood oven. The staff are friendly, and the house wine for 5â¬ a liter is very drinkable. For beer lovers, there is a good selection of special beers to savor. Best pizza I had in the area.
4 based on 247 reviews
Very good pizzeria with friendly staff and good service. The Calzone Solunto was excellent. What sets this place apart is the stunning view across the coast. The restaurant is perched on the side of a steep hill overlooking Porticello and the coastline stretching over towards Cefalu. Spectacular. And decent value too: 4 pizzas with sides, bottle of good wine and soft drinks for less than 70 euros.
4 based on 87 reviews
Contentissimo di aver provato questo locale ,da tanti anni che mangio kebab a palermo e per me nn c Ã¨ra uno che gli potessi andare vicono come gusto e qualitÃ ,ma mi sbagliavo qui da busnaghi porticello secondo me li supera di molto soprattutto sulla qualitÃ professionalitÃ ,pulizzia ,e location .consiglio a tutti di provare questa panineria kebaberia che nn ve ne pentirete assolutamentePs stasera ho mangiato il piatto kebab completo ..ciao
4 based on 453 reviews
Wonderful fish and seafood in front of Porticello's fishermen's landing dock. Pastas, including some homemade recipes, is among the best you can find in the Palermo area, and the manager Mariuccia (founder Franco's daughter) is a sweet and most dedicated person who will tell you everything she knows about local fish and cuisine. A lazy lunch on a sunny day at I Piscaturi is a treat and it'll make you want to come back soon.
4 based on 93 reviews
Tanit, an idea set between Solunto and the sea. A journey that feeds on love for good food and Mediterranean passion for hospitality ranging from fish, to meat, to pizza.
We ate a delicious dinner in Tanit. Starter: Sicilian antipasti made of potatoes with additions. Main courses: 1) delicate rack of lamb 2) tasty fish (can't remember the name). Desert: 1)extreamly sweet and aromatic cream of ricotta with pistachio deep 2) couscous made on sweet, both artisticly served. Everythink delicious. We are to visit Tanis again.
4 based on 550 reviews
Place of choice of local seafood.
The location is picture perfect for close to Palermo. I ordered seafood ( misto insalata) however others ordered pasta with tuna and each was under done.The restaurant serves pasta â al dente â and Ours was still hard.The fruito misto however was perfect.
4 based on 137 reviews
The outside seating (greatly appreciated in summer evening) is arranged in an internal court which encapsulates the piazza of a small village with great taste and attention to details, creating a very welcoming atmosphere which goes very well with the high quality of the food and the friendly and efficient service. We ordered a la carte, though they also offer an interesting menu degustazione, and both first and second courses were delicious and well prepared - all fish based, artfully combining traditional cuisine with some creative touches. The background music was at a pleasantly low volume, leaving room to the wailing of the seagulls which remind of the position next to the harbour - with ease of car parking. The price was reasonable, in two we spent Eur 75 for full dinner and wine (nice selection of local producers, our Insolia Chiaramonte was very good). We had a very nice time, and will go back if we have the opportunity.
4 based on 367 reviews
....restaurants we have eaten in on our five week Italy Road Trip. We stayed nearby (actually just 50m away across the road) in our holiday home for five nights. And we came here for four dinners....we loved it so much.It is a quite big and very popular restaurant. Not much among international tourists, but popular with locals and Italian Tourists as well. There's a good number of tables inside, but in summer you definitely wanna sit outside. There's lots of space, but on weekends the place gets packed, be sure to make a reservation.We had lots of great food here. It's mostly Italian food, Pasta and Seafood Dishes and Pizze as well. Ingredients are fresh and the kitchen does some nice innovative twists. Many dishes using Pistachio in some unexpected, but tasty ways.Here's a list of the dishes we had:Tomato and Meat Bruschetta - good and freshShrimp / Pistachio Risotto - nicely cooked, fresh Shrimp, nice Pistachio twistSeafood Pasta - a classic; al dente and fresh seafoodSpaghetti Vongole - another classic; pasta cooked perfectly, super fresh vongoleRavioli with Shrimp and Salmon - nice homemade pasta with tasty fresh salmonSalmon / Mozzarella Plate - huge size; great tasting smoked salmonPizza 4 Gusti - rich and plenty; could easily fill up two peopleCozze - freshly steamed mussels; good stuffSeafood Pasta (Fricelli), nice pasta again; very filling!Linguini w/ tomatoes, pistachio and swordfish; another great combination of flavorsYou see, a lot of great food! And lucky for us, so close to our "home" for that time. Service was always very friendly, attentive and also helpful. A glass of Prosecco comes with every dinner....complementary! Also a nice Ice bucket with the wine. Great staff, great food, great menu! It was really one of our highlights on this Italian vacation. We had a dog with, but she had to stay home, no dogs allowed, but we understand that. No minus points for this.Prices are fair, you might expect a bigger bill. We always paid between 45 - 60 Euros. For 1-2 starters, two mains and a whole bottle of wine. Highly recommended!Wanna know more about me and my trips? Check my profile.
Perfect local restaurant located in the middle of the town, serving fantastic taste of pizza and local wines. Owner are very friendly and creating more of then great atmosphere. Highly recommended for people who are bored with hotel food every day during their stay in Santa Flavia.
4 based on 79 reviews
Whilst the food here is of a fairly good standard, the customer service leaves a lot to be desired. We wereStaying at the Domina zagarellaOpposite and this is one of only 2 restaurants in walking distance. I appreciate that as a result they are busy - especially between 7.30 and 8.30 but in my book a little customer attention and a smile go a very long way. There are numerous bottles of wine decorating the inside of the restaurant but there is no wine list. Your choice is white or red, half bottle or full?! The terrace is lovely and eating outside is the norm but tonight it rained suddenly and the priority was to get the empty tables under cover - never mind the customers. We had to ask to go inside. We had a very tasty meal so canât really complain about the food but I donât feel the restaurant deserves the amount of business it receives from its captive audience. We decided not to come back after 2 visits early in the week but the other restaurant Baja Dei Fenici (which is far nicer) was inaccessible this evening due to a flash flood in the road after a storm. Hopefully we shall return there tomorrow.Guardi mi scusi ma credo che lei ha sbagliato locale...noi siamo a bagheria e siamo molto distanti dal dominal
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