We loved everything about the Inn Bufalito--the service, the ambiance, and especially the food! I had the buffalo stew, which was really interesting and VERY hearty and we had the crock of mozarella fondue for an appetizer--which was actually what lured us into the restaurant in the first place--and it did NOT disappoint! The house red wine is a really lovely Nero d'Avola--one of the only things that is NOT local in the whole restaurant--but since I wasn't really impressed with the red wines in this region, that might be for the best. There were an awful lot of English-speaking tourists there (and the servers all spoke excellent English), which was a little disappointing for me since I like to seek out "local" places and practice my Italian--but don't be turned off by the fact that it's a little bit touristy--it's a truly excellent restaurant.
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