My B&B host recommended this restaurant for seafood, and I was delighted by the dishes. I had the carpaccio di polpo fresco, which was in olive oil so delicious and flavorful that I made sure none was left on my plate. The bucatini alla Siracusana was one of the best things I've ever eaten. The service was very good. The location is near the street market. And I once again discovered that expressing appreciation for the quality of the food works wonders for breaking through language barriers. Lunch there was a lovely and memorable experience.
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