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We visited this restaurant on our way down the slopes of Mount Etna. It is tucked down a side street. It is the site of an ancient olive and wine press, and the massive equipment fills the large room. Your table might be hidden in...More
We came done from Etna and had this restaurant in mind as it was mentioned by the Lonely Planet. We had two different types of pastas and a plate of grilled mixed meat. The pastas were excellent, really creamy from a well cooked sauce prepared...More
Tucked down a little side street,this restaurant occipies thd site of an ancient olive and wine press. The vast presses divide the interior spaces into little nooks, up a few steps, round a corner. We had a delicious lunch of local Sicilian specialities served by...More
We came for pizza and the recommended lasagne and could not have been more pleased. From the start we received a warm welcome and the staff were very polite about our limited Italian. We received the obligatory bread to start with which was lovely and...More
The large courtyard allows you to spend a quiet evening with friends. All the dishes have been chosen, well-assorted hors d'oeuvres, tender meat from the scallops and plenty of cous cous. Bottled wine deserves more attention, poor assortment of whites, red at oven temperature rather...More
Our friends had been to this restaurant ten years ago, so we all decided to return during this trip. The atmosphere of the dining room is very nice with an old grape press and and olive mill.
The capresse salad and house wine were nice....More
We were at the south slope of Mt Etna, and looking for a less touristy place to eat. We found this place online, and drove the 30 minutes from Mt..Etna to get there.
It was a highly rated pizza joint, but it turned out the...More
Date of visit: September 2017
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Nino P, Proprietario at Antico Orto dei Limoni, responded to this reviewResponded November 16, 2017
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Antico Orto dei Limoni