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“Six of us spent a very relaxing lunch overlooking the beach with magnificent view from the terrace; good service, good food and wine, very reasonably priced!”
“Met a guy at the beach that told us about this place for drinks in the evening so we went in to what seemed like a little specialty foods shop, but with the most beautiful balcony overlooking the sea in the back.”
“There are also many nice restaurants around the market in Catania that use the fresh fish and ingredients directly from the market; after shopping for our spices and sweets, we had a nice seafood lunch at a little...”
“Of course you will find out also many nice best Italian fruits like lemons,oranges,vegetables,pistaccios... Dolce, beutifull piza pasta spots.. Dont forget to take a coffee and just to watch and to enjoy all local...”
“... are fruit and vegetable stalls with a wonderful array of fresh produce at great prices and surprisingly - given that the city has an excellent fish market – about a dozen stalls selling fish and other seafood.”
“This is a great market, with lots of stalls selling almost everything you can think of.”
“My husband and I were walking in the streets of Taormina when we saw a small looking shop, we went in and discovered that it sells local products from all over the Sicilian area, it also makes the best sandwiches...”
“you can buy great chickpea panini from the vendors or sit at the restaurants on via ballaro and eat seafood or fish dishes, there's also an excellent ghanaian restaurant called emanuel's that is worth visiting...i...”
“Sprawling bustling Palermo's largest street market with fruit, vegetables, meat and one eye-catching smiling fish-monger stood with cleaver behind massive slabs of tuna and nearly half a swordfish.”