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We went to this small restaurant when the owner said to come - 730 pm is the earliest one dines in Sicily and we were well ahead of other patrons who trickled in starting closer to 830 pm.
We received the full attention of the...More
The chef could not have been more accommodating - making recommendations for dinner but readily agreeing to modifications to address food preferences/allergies. Our dinner was so good, we went back a second night. It's slightly off the beaten path, more of a small, quiet neighborhood...More
I was outranged when it came to paying for the bill. I went up to the till without a receipt and the woman quoted me an amount that was €12 more then the bill should have been claiming that service charge was added on. Thankfully...More
We went for lunch with friends and were rather disappointed by the slow service, the fact that there was no caffe macchiato, the brutal presentation of Sicilian ingredients on bread and mainly the pasta which smelled like it was made with bin-juice. The explanation we...More
My husband and I happened on this place during a hot afternoon where we wanted a cold drink. The chef/owner Sebastian greeted us immediately with a small cup each of peach and melon granita. Its location by the sea means that you can enjoy the...More
I stumbled upon this place by accident. I saw the chef outside talking to one of the tables and so made the mistake of thinking it was a friendly place. I explained I wanted a small fish dish, I wasn't very hungry and that I'm...More
We went here following a recommendation in our guidebook and we were keen because it wasn't right on the seafront with all the touristy restaurants with long menus and the same dishes. It was a quiet mid-week lunch and the owner was quite pushy about...More
This looks like a small bar with a few tables outside. The owner is also the chef and comes out to explain what each dish is. We had lunch of Pane Cunzato, which is a salad on a slice of bread. My wife had the...More
Went here for late night drinks, ended up having the owners own lovely Limoncello ("best in the universe"). Also tried the Grappa flip (very good) and some blu drink that was ok. Didn't eat. Nice place to hang out and talk to the owner (Sebi)....More
We just got home from a fantastic 2 week trip to Sicily - and I have to say that I usually don't write a review unless it is great one - but our experience at Il Blu was the worst restaurant experience that we had...More