Best Southern-Italian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Southern-Italian food in Agrigento. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Southern-Italian restaurants near you.. Though Agrigento is a modern city of about 60,000 on Sicily’s southwest coast, the majority of visitors come to experience the past just outside of town. At the Valley of the Temples (Valle dei Templi), citizens of the then-major Greek colony of Akragras began building seven Doric style holy monuments in the sixth century BC. The nearby Archaeological Museum helps put everything into context. Agrigento also has some fascinating sights in its old town, like the medieval Norman cathedral.
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4 based on 222 reviews
If you are traveling at Agrigento, interested for a kind of traditional local food into a complete informal place, this is your occasion. Outside there are some tables where sit to taste the plate ordered inside.Order what you like to taste, everything is special, also vegetables that here could be a surprise.My suggestions are to try cavateli, arancine, panino con panelle. Orders also some âcontorniâ: caponata and melanzane fritte (fried eggplants).
4 based on 271 reviews
I'm so glad we decided to have dinner here! We made reservations via the fork (and for the first time in Italy, they actually received/honored the reservation!). The service was exceptional and the food was so, so flavorful. The caponata was the best we had in the area, and while you may think you know couscous... you truly don't until you've tried theirs! A meal to remember!Thanks for your review
5 based on 205 reviews
Really tasty food, traditional, fresh pasta, good fish - very Sicilian style! Unfortunately I couldn't eat each thing in menu, but I'm sure it will be really good. The staff is sympathetic and really helpful! The dessert was amazing. Would definitely come back.
4 based on 1181 reviews
Wonderful food and service. We took the advice of our great waiter, Vittorio, and ordered roasted sea bream Sicilian style----possibly the best fish dish we have ever had anywhere! The freshest, highest quality ingredients, traditional food with a modern twist---a truly talented chef!
4 based on 1809 reviews
We had a great experience at this restaurant! Owners are very sweet and hospitable. They helped us chose exactly what we wanted from their menu and we enjoyed all of it! I had the homemade potato gnocchi in a rosÃ© and loved it! They also referred us to an amazing winery to visit the next day. I would revisit if I get the chance!
4 based on 1033 reviews
I chose this restaurant in Agrigento accordi g to tripadvisor recommendations. Reseeves a table and waited for nice evening.Cozy, lovely place, seatings outside or inside. Professional staff and VERY friendly. So we started capinatta, really good! Perfect. I chose pasta with shrimps, amazingâ¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸My son eat pasta with cheese. My husband chose rissoto meditareanno.House wine really good.After we asked for bill, they did a surprise and i have got a cake with candle!It was so good! Rely recommend!
4 based on 733 reviews
Il Ristorante La Scala si trova nel centro storico di Agrigento. E' situato al primo piano del Palazzo d'epoca del ''700'' di nome Granet il cui nome deriva dal fondatore Generale Francese GranÃ¨t. Le 3 sale in stile neoclassico con arredamento contemporan
La Scala is actually named for the white cliffs outside Agrigento that resemble a staircase. You could call this five year old restaurant a stairway to heaven. Enzo, the personable chef-owner has fashioned an unpretentious bistro with great food and impeccable service. We had spaghetti with sea urchin sauce and swordfish smoked to sublime. I told Enzo it reminded me of the great opera house and the nightly brilliant performances within.
5 based on 169 reviews
We expected a decent restaurant, based on the photos and reviews, but it's just a street food kitchen with 4 tables in front.I start by saying that I haven't included my business in the category of restaurants. Evidently Trip Advisor doesn't consider specific differences between varied culinary businesses. Personally, I especially aim at making the customer discover the culinary tradition of Agrigento, particularly if he is a tourist, by selling simple dishes, maybe without precious pieces of cutlery, and I also admit that 4/5 tables under a gazebo don't represent the best of culinary businesses, but at the same time I let my customers to feel welcomed, like in a family (most of past reviews prove my statement). So I admit without any problems that my customers will find a completely spartan "small place", both outside and inside. Thus, I necessarily have to make you note that we aren't a Street Food, as we don't sell traditional Street Food's products. Just look at our menÃ¹: you'll see lots of salads, fruit salads, local dishes and so on, all foods that don't have the qualities of a Street Food at all. By the way, thank you for your review: even the bad ones are useful in order to improve ourselves.
4 based on 582 reviews
The restaurant - pizzeria Marco Polo, set in the splendid scenery of the waterfront agrigentino, it leans out on the enchanting sea of St. Leo. He/she offers a vast menÃ¹ enriched by dainty dishes to the most demanding clients.
We were part of a group staying at the nearby hotel and nine of us decided to eat here the staff were very accommodating and we all enjoyed our meals the prices were reasonable
4 based on 470 reviews
Un ristorante collocato sulla vetta di una collina nella cittÃ di Agrigento. Ampie vetrate che si affacciano in uno degli scenari piÃ¹ suggestivi al mondo: la Valle dei Templi. Una location dal design appena rinnovato, moderno e all'avanguardia, dove potre
Wonderful food plus excellent service. Beautifully presented and tasted exceptional. Just amazing and so busy for a Sunday night
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