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It's a noce place to buy typical sicilian food. The service sometimes is a little bit slow. But if you want to bring back home real Sicilian food this is the right place. To have dinner inside is a little bit hard, because there aren't...More
Arancini are said to have originated in Sicily in the 10th century and have since then been a typical Sicilian dish.These are rice balls coated in breadcrumbs and available in a variety of different fillings, e.g. ragu, mozzarella, mushrooms etc.
They are called 'arancini' because...More