A lovely restaurant with meatballs a speciality. My lads loved their steak. The citrus infusion in my meatballs was very delicate. The restaurant came highly recommended and I'd second that.
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We were a bit helpless to find a restaurant for the evening. By accident we found the polpetteria. We had tuna teriyaki, chianina and donkey polpette: they were amazingly good. Modern Sicilian cuisine at its best. If you are looking for something innovative beside from...More
Locals are spoilt for choice - so many retaurants to visit and open till late. We picked this restaurant not knowing anything about it but the food was amazing. Not the cheapest around - two pasta dishes with meatballs, plus a bottle of sparkling plus...More
We ate here on our first night in Sicily. We had a pizza each and it was very average to say the least. If you want a good pizza head down to Il Sale Art Cafe at the end of the street instead - you...More
This is my second visit here in the last year. First we have the meatballs wrapped in pancetta and a ricotta pasta dish. Tonight I have the Pizze Vanessa and a green salad. Both dinners exceeded expectations. Since it was warm out this evening I...More
Glacier like slow service was made even worse by the pork dishes my two friends and I had, they were basically just variations on beefburgers. Meal was dreadful and ten seconds after walking away from the Restaurant, my friend was violently sick, geyser like, in...More
Couple with a 4 year old, we were charged 6 euros for service which was very bad, and 2 euros for a small glass of milk which we were not to happy about. The meatballs were excellent, highly recommended and the 75cl blond beer was...More
Inexpensive and high quality cafe-type dining. The pizzas are the highlight- made from scratch and cooked in their own pizza oven. Reasonably good local wines and beer on tap. Probably a better bet than the much-lauded 'Fud' across the road.