Al Fondaco del Conte reflects Palermo's historic Italian tradition with its beautifully designed brick work and architecture. Step inside and you'll find white walls and simple furniture with modern art decorating the rustic walls. This restaurant is known for its fresh fish, mussels, prawn ravioli and other seafood dishes, with all its ingredients purchased at the Ballarò market around the corner. Although they have a lot of seafood, they do have several vegetarian options available as well, like the stuffed ravioli or the Count's linguini. They also have a special kids menu, truly making this restaurant an option for everyone, not just lovers of seafood.
Take part in the culture and tradition of Sicily by sitting in front of the sea and enjoying a... Read more