This is a sweet little restaurant down a side street, easy to find and access. Although it was raining there was quite a large party of Italians sitting outside under the awning in the courtyard. The owner is warmly welcoming, offers a glass of prosecco to you on arrival, followed by tasty amuse bouches. Our meal was excellent, Nero d'Avola wine delicious and the atmosphere busy with a large table of rather noisy Americans in a side room but amazingly calm at the same time. Good music plays unobtrusively in the background. The antipasto of seafood is superb with a good selection of delicious raw and cooked fish and shellfish and our main fish courses were excellent too, served with a good selection of vegetables, quite unusual for Sicily. Desserts were lovingly prepared and of a high standard. The prices were very fair for such good quality cooking and charming service.