Excellent meal here. Efficient service, plenty of room between tables outside. Better to get here by 8/8.30 as by 9 it was full outside. I recommend the Trilogia sicula antipasto, a generous plate of fried caciocavallo, sardine polpette, swordfish caponata - very plentiful, but light. We had beautifully cooked tuna steaks in pistachio crust with potatoes, onions and mint for seconds, and a delicious almond semifreddo for dessert. The house white was very drinkable. We'd eat here again.
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