Italy, about. Sicily, Via Alcide de Gasperi, 34 98030 Castelmola ME, ItalySHOW ON MAP Average bill: $ 20-50 (per person) Type of cuisine: Italian + (39 094) 263 20 45
Gallo Cedrone Restaurant’s terrace offers superb views of Etna. The restaurant offers its guests dishes prepared according to recipes, which are carefully stored and passed on from generation to generation. Here you can get acquainted with the traditions of local cuisine.
Lunch or dinner can start with a bruschetta with tomatoes, olives and basil. For the role of the main dish, pasta or pizza is perfect. Try the pasta alla Norma traditional for these places – pasta with baked eggplant and ricotta cheese. Meatballs and home-made sausages work well for the owners. The meal can be completed with sweets. Tiramisu and curd cream tubes (canolli) are especially good here. Continue reading
Italy, about. Sicily, Viale Galatea 90 151 Palermo, Italia SHOW ON MAP Average bill: $ 20-50 (per person) Type of cuisine: Italian + (39 091) 450 213www.pagineverdionline.it Mon-Sat
Badalamenti – a restaurant with excellent Sicilian cuisine. The freshest local produce is used for cooking. Here you can try the swordfish popular in Sicily. Fish dishes at your request can be prepared in different ways (grilled, steamed, fried).
Meat lovers should opt for lamb. The Badalamenti restaurant serves excellent food. The menu is widely represented vegetable dishes. Pay attention to the zucchini flowers traditional for local cuisine, usually served with stuffed meat or vegetable fillings. Leave the power for delicious desserts made by Badalamenti pastry chefs. Continue reading
Birth Story If you go to Italy for real pizza, you can be a little disappointed. This dish, firmly entrenched in the menu of Russian pizzerias, has nothing to do with the Italian counterpart. And, according to many travelers, our product is tastier! Unexpectedly, right? Chefs have long adapted the recipe to Russian taste preferences. And we love pizza with a rich, diverse filling. Italy’s traditional pizza is thin pastry and an even thinner layer of filling with two or three ingredients. To understand why Italian pizza looks like this, you need to turn to history. Continue reading