The kitchen is actually Sicilian/Vegetarian/Vegan, but oddly enough I could not chose "Sicilian", when i requested to add "il Dolce & i Panini" on Tripadvisor.
Very small place in a narrow side-street. Open Monday to Saturday.
They serve breakfast (5-11€), antipasti (4-5€), panini (5-7€) and a couple of pasta main courses (7-9€).
All dishes are vegetarian, and you can even get some of the dishes as vegan.
I had antipasti consisting of 5 different homemade bread-spreads based on fresh cheeses, with various shredded vegetables, olives and bread. The taste left me wanting the recipes!!
The bread deserves extra mentioning - wonderfully fresh and quite clearly cut right before being put on the plate.
All wines can be ordered by the glass (3-6€).
I had a Pogerissi Chianti and it was excellent. My main course (pasta with mushroom-sauce) was also delicious.
A couple of daily courses changes with what is available.
You both taste and feel it - here you're in a place where they serve food because they like cooking and they like food.
I can not think of a better compliment for a restaurant.
The deserts are Ice-cream surrounded by hot liquid chocolate.
This is in co-operation with a chocolate-store on the other side of the street/alley.
See also Http://Www.eraclea.it
And here they use real whipped cream, not from a spray-can.
You can also get ice-creams to-go, or cups of hot chocolate in various tastes.
The ice is really good, but it deducts a bit that the chocolate is made from a powder (supplied by Eraclea) and heated in a microwave. Unlike the rest of the food, I found the desert to be a bit overpriced.
So for everyone, not just vegetarians - you should visit "il Dolce & i Panini".
I'm sure I'll be back.
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