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Sicily restaurants

Sicilian cuisine is bolder, spicier, and sweeter than the food in other parts of Italy. The focus is on seafood, notably swordfish. A popular dish is pasta con le sarde (pasta with sardines, fennel, peppers, capers, and pine nuts). For dessert, try cassata, a chilled ricotta-and-marzipan cake, or dolci di mandorle—almond cakes and pastries. This region's cannoli—pastry tubes filled with creamy sweetened ricotta—are also excellent. Note: Many restaurants in Palermo are closed on Mondays.

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A'Zammara, Taormina

No, you didn't have too much vino; those really are ancient Roman artifacts at your feet. One area of this popular local trattoria has a glass floor showcasing...more

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Antica Dolceria Bonajuto, Ragusa

This amazing sweet shop and museum, tucked into a 19th-century building, is where serious chocolate-lovers get their fix. Since 1880, the Bonajuto family...more

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Antica Focacceria San Francesco, Palermo

Open since 1834, this absurdly picturesque place—with its Juliet balconies, blooming window boxes, and frescoed, stained-glass facade—has wisely...more

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Caffe Sicilia, Noto

Foodies travel for miles to get a forkful of this tiny pasticceria's cassata (ricotta cake with marzipan) or homemade almond-milk ice cream. Calorie counters...more

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Cana Enoteca, Palermo

Near Quattro Canti and behind Piazza Marina is this delightfully intimate medieval cave of a place—the best spot in the city to sample from Sicilian wine...more

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Casa Grugno, Taormina

Austrian-born chef Andreas Zangerl consistently gets rave reviews for his creative versions of Sicilian classics. Fusionistas go gaga over his prix fixe menu,...more

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Cucina Papoff, Palermo

Everyone in Palermo will tell you to go to this atmospheric, torch-lit restaurant with tall brick arches—and they're right. Though it sounds like some...more

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Duomo, Ragusa

Not to be confused with Al Duomo in Taormina, this Michelin-starred spot features the wizardry of one of Sicily's hottest chefs, Ciccio Sultano. Upon returning...more

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Jonico, Siracusa

For simple, delicious, down-home Sicilian cooking by the sea, Jonico is worth a stop. Its ornate, Liberty-style interior is an odd backdrop for the no-fuss...more

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Locanda Don Serafino, Ragusa

The cellar of a Baroque-quarter palazzo in the oldest part of Ragusa is the setting for Antonio and Giuseppe La Rosa's elegant restaurant. It's one of the best...more

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