We love everything including the wine. The seafood is so fresh and juicy especially the mussels. Must try the spaghetti with bread crumbs...simple, but to die for!
Our first evening visiting Noto and looking for somewhere for dinner for our party of 6 on Sunday evening. Suddenly, the heavens open and we are scratching round trying to find a nice place. Just west of the Basilica and Palazzo, we see an entrance into a hallway with a menu inside, directing one upstairs and we find a room... More
I'm awarding this place five stars not because it's the best food I've ever had, but because it was the best value I've ever experienced in Italy. Normally when you see "tourist menu" you expect something pre-made and low quality, aimed at those with a less-than discerning palate. Not so here. The lunchtime tourist menu was a mere €10 for... More
We had a quick lunch in this former club for nobles right in the town center. The atmosphere is very charming, food tastes great (linguine alle cozze con pistacchi...wow!) and the service is really nice. Definitely recommended
I went there with my girlfriend. You ask for the Inside terrazza you are put in a cold small room. It's only at this moment that the nightmare is starting. It's impossible to get the menu, impossible to order. I was in a good mood, i only ask of there was a problem after one hour and half. The waiter... More
This restaurant is set on the first floor of an old building in the centre of toen. The view from the one main window is beautiful and if you can, phone ahead and reserve the table right in front of the window - you won't be disappointed. The dining room itself is charming with many ornate features and details, although... More
This restaurant is the best I have visited In Sicily, The fish and seafood are fresh the service excellent and at a bargain price, It doesnt get any better.
Corso Emanuele and Piazza Municipio in the heart of Noto, hosts a selection of less than inspiring restaurants offering tourist menus of limited value. For the weary traveller, Ristorante al Corso offers an appealing, varied menu of excellent Sicilian cooking. The entrance is not obvious (look for the pavement signboard) and take the stairs to the top floor. The front... More
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