Piccolo Napoli Review
Founded in 1951, this is one of Old Palermo's most esteemed seafood eateries. Locals come at midday to feast on the freshest of fish. You can begin with a memorable buffet featuring baby octopus, raw neonata (tiny fish resembling sardines but with a milder flavor), and chickpea fritters. Next tuck into spaghetti with sea urchin or casarecce (partially rolled pasta) with swordfish and mint; then finish with glorious fresh fish or shellfish, roasted or grilled. Depending on what you select, the bill can creep up on you, but it's worth every cent.
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