Great place in a beautiful place in Agrigento. Extremely friendly service and the real slow food like you really want to find it. Especially try the fabulous mussels...
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The portions were tiny and cold, and massively over priced. We had much, much better the previous night for less, and this will show in one of my other reviews of restaurants in Agrigento. We ordered wine by the glass and received a thimbleful each....More
The place is a little hidden away but an easy walk from the old city (near the Pirandello Museum). We ate in the peaceful and lush garden, with two other couples who were also foreigners: French and from South Africa. We were served by a...More
Had a wonderful three course meal with my girlfriend! The food was very good, very good wine pairing. The service made you feel like home! The price value was exceptional!
Friendly staff (limited English, but definitely not a problem). The food was fantastic. Seems to be a local favorite.
A small but delightful restaurant that features locally sourced food. The waitress (owner?) was very helpful with recommendations (in English) and we were not disappointed. The dishes are beautifully presented and delicious.
The ricotta here was a complete revelation! The owner places great store by sourcing local produce and using them to create great dishes - and a delightful evening.
Our table was recommended and booked by the host of our B&B. The restaurant is quite hard to find, down a steep set of steps and below a petrol station but once there you would not know you were in the middle of town as...More
The owners of the B&B we stayed in recommended this restaurant. The food was fresh and wonderful with pure tastes. The service was immaculate and even though our Italian is limited, we didn't have any problems when ordering. On arrival we got glass of sparkling...More