If you’ve experienced Sicily personally, the chances are you won’t need us to tell you how great the food is. But if you need written evidence, Amy Rose Everett’s recent article in Spectator World on eating her way through Sicily will leave you in no doubt that if you’re a foodie, this is the place to be!
From simple snacks of doughy brioche rolls oozing with almond milk granita to Michelin-approved restaurants, Amy’s 3-week stay in Sicily was crammed full of mouthwatering experiences. Arancini, chocolate cannoli and pasta all norma all found their way on to her plate, providing the perfect backdrop to exploring the ‘stupendously beautiful’ island.
Her stay at Stella in Ortigia apartment was the perfect base on Ortigia for visits to the Mercato di Ortigia and local restaurants. Set in an aristocratic palazzo close to the main entrance to Ortigia and within walking distance of all the sights, the duplex apartment has one bedroom (plus double sofa bed) and a large panoramic roof terrace where you can dine al fresco with views of the city.