After a visit to a wonderful nearby vineyard, we came here for lunch and were warmly received and served a delicious selection of antipasti followed by hearty pastas and salad. Simple, nice wine selection. Just what we were long for!
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After a long day driving in Nebrodi mountains, we just spotted the Scrivano Hotel and took a room for the night. We had no idea there was a restaurant. Walked around the city center but all restaurants were closed, so we went back to the...More
We were directed to this hotel restaurant by a very friendly employee of the Ferrovia Circumetnea in Catania. Don't be discouraged by the quite unfriendly exterior, the food in the restaurant is great! Paired with the lovely service, we had one of the best lunches...More
After a long day on top of the wonderful and fascinating Etna volcano, you can find a peaceful rest in the Hotel Scrivano, situated just on its slopes in he historical town of Randazzo. Accommodation is essential: You find very clean rooms, decorated with taste,...More
The lady in the restaurant (one of the proprietors it transpired) was welcoming and so we perused the menu. 'Al a carte' wasn't badly priced and when we enquired about the availability of a tourist menu she offered us two dishes each from a shortlist...More
When we arrived at the hotel they showed us the restaurant right away. Unfortunately they don’t have anything for children. On the 2nd day they offered me to prepare French Fries for our child (we had already asked for it on the 1st day). We...More
i was there for lunch. the restaurans is not small but not easy to see after a gas station. i was the first customer at about 1 pm. i ordered a mixed meat and cheese plate as starter and grilled pork as main. starter plate...More
The restaurant is adjacent to a small family-run hotel which bears the same name. It is recipient of a number of prestigious awards, evidenced by the many stickers affixed on the glass door, and that alone already says a lot. Although we were presented with...More
We had the antipasto, Pistaschio pasta and fried provolone with ratatouille and all was really good. The hotel restaurant was recommended by one of the locals as we got off in Randazzo from the Circumetnea train around Mt Etna. Perfect day!