Reserve a table for the best dining in Palermo, Province of Palermo on TripAdvisor: See 245,507 reviews of 1,978 Palermo restaurants and search by cuisine, price, location, and more. Reserve a table for the best dining in Province of Palermo, Sicily on TripAdvisor: See 352,146 reviews of 3,357 Province of Palermo restaurants and search by cuisine, price, location, and more. In Palermo, one of the best friggitorie [fried food shops] is I Cuochini, which sells arancini [rice balls], timballini di pasta [deep-fried pasta], pasticcino [a sweet pastry filled with mince] and sfinciuni, a soft flat bread topped with tomatoes, onion, anchovies, cheese, toasted breadcrumbs and oregano. Palermo holiday guide: what to see plus the best bars, hotels and restaurants The capital of Sicily is a crumbling film set of a city with unmissable architecture, vivid street life, and a great choice of alfresco restaurants and bars Palermo is ideal for a late summer getaway, and the Sicilian capital rivals Italy when it comes to food. These are five of the best restaurants in Palermo. Focaccia is the very best of Palermo’s traditional fast foods, a form of hot bread roll filled with meat, cheese or onions. In summer, eat alfresco in the square opposite San Francesco, one of Palermo’s finest Gothic churches – good people-watching and a cheapish alternative to a restaurant meal. Open daily for lunch and dinner .
Discover the best restaurants in Palermo including Bisso Bistrot, Trattoria al Vecchio Club Rosanero, Gagini. Find the best food in Palermo with our guide to the restaurants in the area. Sicily is rampant with restaurants offering delicious bites and gorgeous views. Here are 13 places to eat incredibly well in Sicily. (Photos: Deana Saukam.) City Guide 13 Places To Eat Incredibly Well In Sicily 13 Places To Eat Incredibly Well In Sicily. Deana Saukam October 5, 2016. Just south of Italy’s toe lies Sicily, the largest island and a sparkling jewel in the Mediterranean Sea. The An insider’s guide to the best places to eat in Sicily, including family-run restaurants, seafood cuisine and gourmet trattorias. By Lee Marshall, Telegraph Travel’s Sicily expert. Sicily used to produce chefs for export, but these days more and more of the island’s culinary talents are staying at .