In Trapani for just two days we had our first dinner at this restaurant, one of the few good restaurants open at this time of year. Daniele the waiter was extremely attentive and helpful. The restaurant was comfortably full, unusual for this time of year. The food we saw coming from the kitchen was all good quality. Our fish was good although we hadn't realised that our 'red prawns' were to be raw, just marinated in a citrus, and we probably wouldn't order them again! My fish was cooked to perfection but my husband's stewed grouper was pretty tough, and not enhanced by the cold boiled potatoes....however, it was our choice at fault and if we had been staying another night I think we would have paid the Vicoletto a second visit!
A pity that a house wine was not offered by the carafe and we had to buy bottled wine at a premium.
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