The food is delicious and I can't find any reason to criticize the service. The selection of Ragusano cheese is my favorite for starters. You will love it :)
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The decor is simple and unremarkable but the food is stunning. Simple fresh products with all the natural flavours preserved and perfectly blended together. An impressive wine list. A very friendly professional staff. Pricier than your average place in mondello but quite cheap for the...More
Fantastic experience with wonderful ambience and the extra touches that make this a first class restaurant. We had a number of courses and between each we received taste morsels that enhanced the experience. We all enjoyed our varied dishes.
Style, decor and service are excellent and the wine list is comprehensive. So it's a shame that the food is so uninteresting. My white fish and prawn balls were simply blitzed white fish and prawns strained to remove any texture and then served as anonymous...More
This apparently is the only Michelin star in Palermo. I admit that it definitely must be hard to open a restaurant like that in a country where people are quite attached to their traditional (and delicious) dishes and quantity is definitely more important than quantity...More
For our trip to Sicily, we wanted to taste as much authentic, traditional Sicilian cuisine as possible. As we travelled from the East coast to the West, we certainly got our fill. We ended our trip, however, wanting to see what a Michelin star restaurant...More
Bye Bye Blues is not to be missed. The menu is very interesting, the food superb, and presentation outstanding.
We have been recommended this restaurant as the best one in the city. It opens at 8pm, which is bit late for us, but still ok. Location: good. It is located in a quiet residential area, but easy to find if you put it in...More
We were a group of four women very excited to experience one of Sicily's 3 restaurants that have gained Michelin star ratings so I guess our expectations were pretty high. As regards the place, it is located on a small street, very unassuming, and in...More