From outside we entered due to the gilato selection. But they have much more a selection of delicious cakes and marzipan fruits
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This is near the water at one end of the street that is home to the Ortigia Street Market. I found Fratelli Burgio to be the perfect place to finish a morning of wandering the market. They make some great paninis with excellent fresh produce....More
This lovely cafe was bustling the day we were there as there was an open market going on. Not sure if this is an every day occurrence as we were just here on a day trip from Taormina, but we enjoyed sitting at the end...More
Had delicious freshly made picnic lunch here. Choice and service were amazing and unlike the showy neighbour, we were quickly served with understated style and efficiently. Food was fresh and tasty and great choice too. We will be back to sample more.
It’s hard to miss the crowd and buzz around this place at the top of Ortigia’s market, and it’s rival Borderi next door!! We ate here for breakfast - simple coffee and croissants with orange juice. All superb, but even better a great place to...More
This deli/cafe was very near our hotel so after dumping our cases we went looking for somewhere for lunch. The place was buzzing, lots of locals not just tourists were eating here so we waited for a table. Lots going on so a great place...More
We stopped by here when they were getting close to closing up but they still took the time to seat us and give us some good advice on their menu. We had the meat antipasto and the baratta cheese which hit the spot. Glad we...More
We stopped here unplanned and had a really delicious meal of shared plates including cheeses, meats and seafood. Service was great and kids loved it too. Great deli for buying food to takeaway also. We will be back next time!
This place was such a little gem, authentic Italian meats and cheese but great delicious vegan/veggie options! Reasonably priced and friendly service. Delicious!
A local institution that for once does not disappoint or break the bank. Mouth watering sandwiches on the freshest bread starting at 4 Euro! Platters of cheese and meats sourced locally. Inexpensive wine and if your tired of wine an excellent selection of craft beer...More