3.5 based on 185 reviews
This family run place is great. Safe parking, abundant breakfast and of course a grand dinner particularly gli assaggi
4 based on 791 reviews
I ate with my family this summer, suggested by some local friends.
The first impression from the waiters was not very good, since they did not find our bookings at it took quite long to take the order, but the food was very good.
The cook is famous for his cous-cous (I tried the fish one) and I would also recommend the tuna variety starter, pretty unique.
Desserts are a bit expensive for Sicily.
4.5 based on 368 reviews
Alberto is a great host...the ambience is fantastic ...live music ..karaoke ..and very good food with a local twist. Reccommended!!
4 based on 213 reviews
This restaurant was recommended by our villa company and they didn't disappoint. We had the most amazing bruschetta and caprese salad, fresh and flavour full. Our pizzas were cooked fresh to order and again we were not disappointed. One of the waiters spoke English very well, which of course helped us out too! Definitely worth a visit if you're in Custonaci.
4 based on 177 reviews
The Baglio Curtosa is a seal dating from the beginning of '800 , was born mainly as beam feudal belonging to Baron Hernandez. Subsequently, the beam was used as a wine cellar and only in recent years was used as a restaurant , pizzeria and banquet hall . Al Baglio Curtosa, today, you can taste typical dishes of the Sicilian tradition, local wines, all in a unique setting, relaxed and informal. The restaurant, in fact, is situated on a hill, between the green, from where you can enjoy an incredible view, a real masterpiece. The farmhouse has 2 areas: Interior with 100 seats, a spacious and bright room with old stone walls, a stylish fireplace that makes the room more warm and familiar. Outdoors with up to 100 seats, in the courtyard, which gives the opportunity to savor the atmosphere of the ancient Sicilian beams. The Baglio Curtosa is a tradition: a way of knowing Sicily and its people!
The restaurant is a converted baglio, tastefully decorated and spacious. Try the set menu, at 20 euros a head it is very good value and provides many delicous courses of traditional Sicilian dishes from the antipasti, to two pasta dishes, two meats (substitute the lamb though as ours was more like overcooked mutton and too tough to eat), fruit, dessert and drinks. The staff are very professional, the owner Nick speaks good English (he ran a restaurant in London for five years) and is very welcoming and helpful. All in all, we found this to be the best restaurant in the area.
4.5 based on 433 reviews
New form of catering TrattoriaGastronomica located downstream of the beautiful MonteErice within walking distance of many tourist destinations and a great location for relaxing holiday but also where you can taste in a genuine and artisanal products and home made dishes that our land features that have made the culture and history of this. glad to be able to meet and satisfy your taste buds are waiting for you. Sicilian cuisine history of an island, art of a people ... the entire staff wishes you a pleasant stay
The food is excellent especcially the gnocci. We are a tour group of 8 and all the dishes we ordered was very tasty and affordable. We had dinner here two night in a row with the best food and very friendly service.Dear customer, thanks for your review. Like our slogan we try harder to put at the top: quality, taste and kindless. Kind regards Sfizi & Delizie staff
4 based on 194 reviews
1 hour and 15 minutes it's too much for this normal pizza... They'll tell you that you have to wait 30 minutes, but don't believe them!
4 based on 9 reviews
Locale carino. Forno a legna, che sforna ottime pizze. Antipasti tipici siciliani: panelle e crocche'.
Prezzi buonissimi. Pizza che generalmente i bambini non finiscono, niente paura: ti danno la scatola da portare a casa. Alla fine della cena, ti offrono caffè' e amaro della casa.
4 based on 296 reviews
This was really a great experience. It was a wonderful evening with lovely delicious food. The chef is cooking with passion and love for Sicilian food. The waitress was very helpful and kind.
Because we wanted to taste as much as possible of each course, we asked if it was possible to have one portion to share with each other. That was no problem at all. We started with a shared antipasti: Caponata. That's a Sicilian Eggplant Stew. Cause this is a starter it is used to be served cold. In one wordl: Yammie!
For primi we had a shared pasta (busiate) with Pesto alla Trapanese. For secondo we had a typical meat dish of the region: mailale (hog). Also this was a great and delicious dish.
For dolce we had a shared Cannolo. A typical classic Sicilian dish: a crispy brown shell filled with sweet creamy ricotta and garnished with candied fruits an chocolate chips. Lovely.
To let the chef know we all loved and appreciate it, we cleaned our plates with pieces of bread. The waitress smiled and tried to learn us the Italian proverb, but I forgot. And it seemed the chef liked our gesture too.
Tip: The Agriturismo is a bit hard to find. The navigation of TripAdvisor sends you to an open field near the beach. So it would be wise to place more remarkable signs in the village San Vito Lo Capo. Not only to find this place but also to let the world know this restaurant is one not to miss!
4.5 based on 55 reviews
A family run pizzeria which serves great reasonably priced pizzas. You can watch your meal being prepared and cooked. Situated in the centre of the town and open all season. Frequented by the local community and they serve massive family size pizzas. Nothing too much trouble. Please pay them a visit if you are in the area. They also have a bed and breakfast.
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