Don't enter the restaurant in a hurry, you are in one of the most beautiful squares of Italy.
Take your time to give a look around yourself, walk a bit under the porches and only then walk into the restaurant.
Strange enough this is a fish restaurant with a sicilian touch a thousand miles away from Sicily.
The food is great and creative, I tried puntarelle saltate for the first time in my life with great success, and everything is based on fresh ingredients, with fish it couldn't be any different.
Portions are very abundant, so be careful when you order, don't exaggerate, and the service is fast and accurate.
I finished my meal with a sicilian cassata, a real must (if you can skip the cannoli)!
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