My relatives that live in Sicily advised me to visit Pietro's restaurant. To start with I loved to see those real Sicilian carts and exposition of ancient tools and accessories. Pietro, the owner, made us feel at home. He told us the story of the restaurant put up by his father that was a cart carrier. The food was delicious, fresh fish well prepared with traditional recipies.
We started our meal with Sicilian style antipasto's: panelle (chick pea fritters) and bruschette. Then spaghetti with "ricci" (sea urchins) which was irresistible and grilled swordfish. We didn't make it for the dessert because the portions were abundant but now I regret not having tasted the homemade almond parfait. Great finish with original lemoncello prepared by Pietro's wife. I must say we payed only half the value of the meal.
I certainly recommend this restaurant to everyone!
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