Discover Restaurants offering the best Southern-Italian food in Erice, Province of Trapani, Italy. Erice (Italian pronunciation: [ˈɛːritʃe]; Sicilian: Èrici ) is a historic town and comune in the province of Trapani in Sicily, Italy.
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4 based on 658 reviews
Waiter didn't know what was on the menu. They were "out" of pasta with seafood, but a group coming later got just that. Cheese and "salad" for second dish. Salad turned out to be boiled potatoes (ok, with parsley, maybe that was the salad). Waiter was rude to us. It was tasty but the overall experience was just disappointing.
4 based on 1326 reviews
We ate here our first night in Erice at the advice of our host. The local dishes we had were outstanding great pasta and cous cous. Good hearty comfort food on a cold rainy night!
4 based on 980 reviews
Il segreto del successo della "La Prima Dea" e la continua ricerca di abbinamenti gastronomici e, la grande scrupolosita nella ricerca di materie prime freschissime e di prima qualita che oggi vengono sapientemente selezionate dal titolare non che success
The food was very good and there was a nice atmosphere as we seemed to be surrounded by Italian speakers. Service was good and they tried to be more upmarket by serving at the table onto your plate.
4 based on 765 reviews
We had a very nice lunch (recommended by our guide) after wandering around Erice. Other than a busload of Spanish tourists who were eating in the back and constantly queuing for the bathroom, the atmosphere was pleasant and the service was professional. The food was very good. Excellent seafood pasta. Also red prawns. Generous portions.
5 based on 82 reviews
Honestly we were advised to go for dinner to this place, by a local (probably a friend of the owner) and this is the only reason that kept us in despite the awful lighting and atmosphere on the restaurant. The owner is great sales man and will engage you with its âtouchable passionâ. The food was ok but the bill far too expensive for such a poor experience. My advice for you Mauro.. keep it simple!
4 based on 1617 reviews
We spent 2 weeks driving around Sicily and had many fine dining experiences. However, the simple but expertly prepared meal at this restaurant was beyond memorable. My husband could not stop talking about the pasta Trapanese and the freshly caught tuna over sauteed radicchio. It was an authentic meal that we very much enjoyed with local wine as suggested by our friendly waiter. I would return to Erice just to eat here!
4 based on 533 reviews
La Tonda Fritta Ã¨ un take away specializzato in arancine. 30 e piÃ¹ varietÃ di arancine fatte e fritte al momento, alla vista di tutti. Vi aspettiamo!
Many many different kind of 'Arancina' (don't call them Arancini, that's in Catania). Very patient staff. Just at the beginning or at the end of the tour of Erice, Suggest you get one on the way in and two on the way out. Each 'Arancina' is cooked on the spot and eaten 5 minutes after it's handed over to you.Very few arancina/o beat this place in Sicily.
5 based on 423 reviews
We and our friends had dinner at this lovely, out-of-the-way little restaurant two nights in a row while staying nearby in Dattilo (not too far from Trapani and Eric). The food was delicious, inventive, and beautifully presented, the ambiance was lovely and calm, and the service was gracious. Our waitress was sweet, helpful (including good wine recommendations), and spoke excellent English. The second night we arrived just as they were about to close the place due to lack of business (we didn't call ahead), but they kept the restaurant open just for the four of us and welcomed us almost as old friends. The prices for both food and wine were very reasonable given the quality of and overall experience.
4 based on 957 reviews
Simplicity is the most important ingredient of our cousin. Typical Trapanese cousine with traditional dishes and fresh fish cooked in an excellent way.
this was recommended by our B&B owner. I am assuming it one of the better restaurants in Trapani. Very modern cuisine, and the waitresses were less than welcoming, abrupt as we didn't understand the concept of their menu, and very offhand during the evening which kind of puts you off. The food was good, very different but still Italian. would not go back there a) because of the attitude of the waitresses, and b) they say they take Amex, and then there was a flat refusal to take it.... If you don't care how the staff are towards you then fine, otherwise would not recommend.
4 based on 393 reviews
Located just steps from the historic center of Trapani, the new La Perla pizza restaurant will manage to enchant with delicacy and exclusivity of its flavors inspired by the millenarian Sicilian culinary tradition with particular regard to Trapani cuisine
Friendly staff. Good location with parking outside (remember to bring change for machine). Good pizza.
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