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We had a small late nite dinner here and everything was delicious. Particularly terrific was the home made ravioli. Light and very flavorful. We also enjoyed the minestrone soup and the caprese salad. Worth going to!
We were very pleased with this restaurant, which we happened upon without having any recommendation. The pasta with sardine sauce was tasty, and reasonably priced. Fast service and inviting decor. Pasta was made in house.
This is the sort of place you want to keep a secret because it is so special. I'd read very favourable reviews and knew I couldn't just rock up and expect a table so I made sure I booked a table in advance and was...More
Booked a table at this restaurant having read the reviews and following a recommendation by a holiday maker. The food was good albeit a little cold but was served really quickly - this may be music to your ears, however we were looking forward to...More
We ate here on a recommendation and really enjoyed it. We shared the starters which were delicious and had a pasta main. The .staff were really nice and attentive, I would definitely recommend this place to others.
A great local find, not far from our hotel. Almost empty when we went in, but soon filled up.
We shared a caprese salad and then pasta with baby prawns and pistachio cream and breaded veal cutlet with a side dish of ratatouille, all were...More
We were staying at the Hotel Villa Schuler and they suggested a visit to this restaurant. The welcome was friendly and we were shown to the last availalbe table on the terrace. Unlike most of the other restaurants in Taormina the menu did not offer...More
Disappointed. Sought this place out, after good reviews, for our last night in Taormina. Decent food but the service was very cold, and after our meal we were not offered a dessert menu or coffees and were ignored for the rest of the evening until...More