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 very spritely gentleman perhaps in his fifties. He was very patient with my Italian and I think I heard him speak French to our neighbours, but he might not speak English. At any rate, he was extremely friendly and informative about the food, and very helpful though unintrusive throughout. We were glad he advised us to have a glass of Grillo wine, which I'd never heard of before but is as good as it is unusual. I ordered a fish dish in a red Messina sauce, which was a perfect ending after a superb appetizer of ricotta that they offered for free, and an antipasto of shrimp. It's not cheap but it's worth it.
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