Specialities

tip_arancine_cop

Sicilian cuisine boasts about it (in eastern Sicily it is known as the arancino) and it is eaten as a starter or a snack. It consists of a roundish timbale, whose main ingredient is rice which...

tip_panenero_cop

It has a characteristic dark colour coming from its hard crust, while the crumb is soft and has the same colour as the grain. It is obtained by the blending of two home-grown grains, the...

tip_capperi_cop

In shops where typical local products are sold one can find capers packed in bags with salt. Their quality is highly prized and they are picked in an island where they crop up in no time. They...

tip_cassata_cop

It is a sweet delicacy tasted all over Sicily, and Trapani is no exception. Renowned the world over, the Sicilian cassata does not have anything to do with the sticky, sugary sweets which try in...

tip_ceramica_cop

Most elegant, it is distinguished from all other Sicilian ceramics due to its pale pastel colours and elaborate designs. Completely manufactured by hand using techniques dating back to the 15th...

tip_granita_cop

It is the most outstanding slush you can taste in Trapani. White and sweet-scented, it is manufactured with a work-intensive process involving the gathering of flowers at dusk, when they are...

tip_marsala_cop

Many a restaurant will propose it to you to end a meal with a particular Trapani flavour. It is the historical Marsala, one of the most renowned liqueur wines in the world and the first to obtain...

muffuletta2

The Muffuletta, is a sandwich,  is made up of 90% of soft part. The Muffuletta is very soft, white with anise seeds into the dough. It is traditionally eaten in savory version: salt, olive oil,...