Arancini in Corso has a number of interesting reviews and we looked forward to visiting it, but alas it no longer exists.
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We went here a few times during our 7 day stay. The arancini are excellent. We usually had the original, which was minced meat and peas but then we tried the "norma" it has eggplant in it. It was to die for. Also the butter...More
This place had the best rice balls I have ever tasted in my life.... The eggplant or pistachio ones were my favorite!!! I love Taormina... This shop made me love it more!!!!
The Arancini from here are brilliant, but this is not a sit down restaurant - most definitely a take away. Good for a quick snack and lots of choice. Worth a visit if you want to grab something other than pizza or pasta.
This is a perfect spot to have a (budget) break in Taormina. There's more to offer then Arancini... but, being so delicious and made in the moment, the hard part will be to choose only one fom the menu!... And the price is fair: €2,50/piece...More
This place is kinda hidden and you bave to climb a stair, but once you get there is totally worth it! Make sure you try a classic and a "norma"! You'll thank me later! ;)More
Dear Sir thank you for your positive contribution towards our company. We are really happy to read your comments and we are aware that the arancini are like the cherry one leads to another. The secret of our product are fresh products of our land...More
it's on the main road in Taormina. It seems to be a very small place from outside, in the end it is ok. The arancini are prepared with fresh ingredients and in according with the sicilian tastes. They costs €2.5 per each for all the...More
Dear Sir thank you for your positive contribution towards our company. We will be happy to welcome you back in our arancineria Cordially
Freshly cooked, great flavour and texture, and very reasonably priced - loved this place for a takeout lunch!
These arancini are simply amazing! I had (several) portions of the eggplant ones, and attempted a spinach (I'm not a spinach fan, so I didn't eat this one). Crispy on the outside, and densely-packed with rice on the inside. The eggplant was in the very...More