We walked around Panarea and looked at menus before going for Adelina. Turned out to be the best choice. We were the only customers there as it was still the start of the season. We had the caponata and risotto for starters; anchovy spaghetti and seafood risotto for first course, and grilled fish platter for second course (to share). Lovely lovely flavours... the sphaghetti was spiced sublty with pepperochino which added a lovely twist/bite to the pasta.... and the seafood was lovely without being overwhelming. All washed down the a bottle of the locale (white), whilst admiring the view... We saw some flashes of smoke and fire coming from Stomboli in the distance. It's also good value for money compared to the other places on Panarea.
Service wise - we were the only diners there so nothing to complain... It's fairly laidback and we had a good chat with the main chef / co-owner which added to the experience. The pepperonchino in the meal was from his dad's garden. :)