We ate lunch here - and we were graciously accommodated just before 12 noon by the waiter who was finalizing set up for lunch. We had consulted TA as the area around the hub of the beach looked to be a full on tourist trap with "menu turistico" signs along that main street down to the beach. We sat in the front part of the restaurant to watch the passegiata. Menus, breads and water all arrived quickly and the info about specials of the day- tuna. I ordered the Caponata- which was enough for a meal- with luckily two of us shared it but even so we could have eaten it for our main. It was meltingly delicious with all of the true flavors perfectly combined. Our Primi were also of large proportions- mine the Bucatini in Sarde; the Palermitan classic, and my partner had the Casatelle -ricotta parcels with a ragu, both of which were delicious and very filling. There was no room for anything else- the food coming to the other tables looked equally divine- a must do dining experience in San Vito for real Sicilian food by people who are pleased to have you try their wonderful food. The waiters spoke fluent English German and French.
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