Take a journey through traditional Sicilian cuisine at Gagini. Here you will find balanced and healthy meals in smaller portions, yet with all of the flavor and beautiful presentation that you would expect from a fine dining experience. They aim for a social and relaxed atmosphere by way of hospitality and good food. The building that houses this establishment was made in the 16th century, and is named after the church sculptor Antonio Gagini. The interior is decorated with long wooden tables, with candles and fresh flowers resting on them. This social restaurant is a good place for a romantic dinner for two or a larger group of friends.
*Try the Maialino dei Nebrodi, a tender pork dish which is made with great care
*Local favorite: Plate of fried calamari, mussels and vegetables
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