Trapani restaurants

The city of Trapani sits on Sicily's westernmost tip and it has a largely flat landscape, with the old town situated on a narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea. The most famous dish of the city is the fish couscous, which is a nod back to when Arabs ruled Sicily. There is even a couscous festival in September in celebration of the grain!

As a popular holiday destination Trapani has many restaurants that you can chose for your dining experience on your holiday in Trapani. But you should be cautious to avoid the tourist traps that compromise quality and be sure you go to a restaurant that is going to give you the real Sicilian cuisine experience. Trapani has many popular restaurants, so reservations are a must. The specialities of the resort include filleted sardines stuffed with orange juice moistened breadcrumbs, raisins, pine kernels and fresh mint; pesto made with almonds and fresh basil; and lattume (tuna testicles), which is a delicacy in Trapani whereby the tuna is sliced, blanched, dusted with flour, and then pan-fried in olive oil - it tastes a bit like grilled mozzarella, but isn't to everyone's liking!

At Bellarome our Italian specialists have sampled all the restaurants in Italy that we recommend, so we know that our suggestions are great quality and great value for money.

If you would like us to book a fantastic Trapani restaurant for you, please call one of our dedicated team on 01223 637331 or Click here to send us an enquiry.

Trapani Ristorante "La Pepita" Da Gianni