This is a busy trattoria, close to the B and B where we were staying. Friendly service. We had the baked fish, perfectly done and very tasty, nice fillet of white fish, baked either with vegetables or potatoes.
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This was a great find, after visiting the Vallees di Templi, we were looking for a nice lunch spot. I did see positive TA reviews when looking for this, but it really was superb food. Carpaccio swordfish antipasto, red gamberoni & pistachio linguine, risotto funghi...More
Really wide range of dishes on offer and great choice for wheat free/gluten free even providing bread for me alongside the 'normal' breads for my husband. The food was quite pricey in consideration of the portions which were not very substantial.
Lovely food and wine in traditional Italian restaurant. Friendly and attentive service. Only problem (like all Agrigento) is finding somewhere to park but make the effort.
Located on a major thoroughfare, one doesn't expect to find a restaurant so reasonably priced. We found the menu to be very varied and lots of choices, and prices surprisingly low. The wait staff was very courteous and efficient, and made helpful suggestions after asking...More
Visited while in Agrigento. Food was fantastic. I had grilled octopus followed by pasta with lobster, my wife had broad bean soup followed by pasta with red mullet all washed down with a local white wine. Would highly recommend this restaurant
The 4 of us found the wonderful restaurant while looking for a place of an afternoon beer following our visit to the Valley of the Temples. We had a very nice candle lit table. We shared the mixed grilled vegetables and octopus & seafood crostini...More
Food and service were A+. The food was excellent, quality and portions were perfect. Helps to travel during low season (April) without crowds. Service was great and were accommodating to special needs.