Sicily Restaurants

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  • 1. Al Fogher

    $$ | Italian

    This culinary beacon in Sicily's interior features ambitious—and successful—dishes with the creative flair of chef Angelo Treno, whose unforgettable...Read More

  • 2. Don Camillo

    $$ | Ortygia | Italian

    A gracious series of delicately arched rooms at this beloved local eatery are lined with wine bottles and sepia-tone images of the old town...Read More

  • 3. Filippino

    $$ | Italian

    Founded in 1910, Filippino is rightly rated as one of the archipelago's best dining venues—and you'll understand why, when you sample the seafood...Read More

  • 4. Il Re di Girgenti

    $$ | Italian

    You wouldn't expect to find an ultramodern—even hip—place to dine within a few minutes' drive of Agrigento's ancient temples, yet Il Re di Girgenti...Read More

  • 5. Osteria Antica Marina

    $$ | Seafood

    Just steps from Catania’s famous fish market, this bustling osteria makes a perfect stop for ultrafresh seafood, surrounded by an energetic...Read More

  • 6. Ristorante Crocifisso

    $$ | Italian

    Although getting to Crocifisso is a bit of a hike—it's away from Noto's tourist area and up a hill only accessible by many steps—intrepid diners...Read More

  • 7. Ristorante Manna

    $$ | Italian

    The plain exterior here gives no hint of the sleek, cool design inside this welcoming restaurant just off of Noto's main street where all of...Read More

  • 8. Al Porticciolo

    $$ | Italian

    Nicola Mendolia's seaside restaurant is comfortable, casual, and faithfully focused on food—primarily pizza, but with an extensive selection...Read More

  • 9. Anche gli Angeli

    $$ | Italian

    Part concept store, part bar, and part fine gourmet dining experience, this unique eatery is built into a grotto underneath the Chiesa di San...Read More

  • 10. Antica Focacceria San Francesco

    $$ | Kalsa | Italian

    Turn-of-the-20th-century wooden cabinets, marble-top tables, and cast-iron ovens characterize this neighborhood bakery, celebrated for its Sicilian...Read More

  • 11. Archimede

    $$ | Ortygia | Pizza

    Although the restaurant gets decidedly mixed reviews, the Archimede pizzeria offers well-made pizzas with classical names, such as the Teocrite...Read More

  • 12. Casa del Brodo

    $$ | Vucciria | Italian

    On the edge of the Vucciria, this is one of Palermo's oldest restaurants, dating back to 1890, and still dear to the hearts of locals for its...Read More

  • 13. La Botte 1962

    $$ | Italian

    It's worth the short drive or inexpensive taxi from Monreale to reach this restaurant, which is famous for well-prepared local specialties ...Read More

  • 14. La Piazzetta

    $$ | Seafood

    Sheltered from the city's hustle and bustle, this elegant little eatery exudes a mood of relaxed sophistication, serving classic dishes such...Read More

  • 15. Locanda del Colonnello

    $$ | Italian

    In the higher reaches of Modica Alta, this Italian neo-bistro uses local ingredients to create deceptively simple dishes with unique flavor...Read More

  • 16. Locanda Gulfi

    $$ | Italian

    On the grounds of the expansive Gulfi winery, which produces well-regarded organic wines, you’ll find a unique place for a sophisticated lunch...Read More

  • 17. Oinos

    $$ | Ortygia | Italian

    For classic Sicilian dishes with a modern edge, this restaurant–wine bar has flavor-packed seasonal dishes that focus on ingredients from around...Read More

  • 18. Osteria La Bettolaccia

    $$ | Italian

    Couscous doesn't usually make it on the list of iconic Italian foods, but at this old-town osteria, it's hard for many customers to order anything...Read More

  • 19. Piccolo Napoli

    $$ | Seafood

    Founded in 1951, this is one of Old Palermo's most esteemed seafood eateries, and locals come at midday to feast on the freshest of fish, roasted...Read More

  • 20. Ristorante Cin Cin

    $$ | Libertà | Italian

    The Sicilian-born owner of this charming restaurant near Palermo's main shopping street is known for creating lighter and more modern versions...Read More

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