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4 expert recommendations
You'll die for out-of-this-world traditional Sicilian delicacies or concept sweets that push the envelope.Make sure to buy extra for your return home.
In a marble-floored arcade off Via Orlando, this funky 1950s cafe serves delicious Sicilian treats such as cannoli Siciliana (ricotta-filled pastries) and moreish arancini (rice balls). Full Review →
Good for both a coffee and snack or light lunch, this long-established Sicilian bakery, gelateria and cafe-restaurant is a peaceful retreat in the Termini area.
Stunning 1950s decor sets the scene for this corner of Sicily in the heart of Rome. If it's Sicilian and edible, it's here: from ice-cream in buns to lifelike marzipan fruits. Full Review →
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