Top 10 wine region restaurants — Sicily

The first in our new series touring the best eateries in the most famous wine regions around the world. This week we’re taking a look at the Mediterranean island of Sicily.

Taormina_and_Mt_EtnaThe Sicilian passion for food and wine is hard to match, and so it is fitting that it is here that we kick-off our Top Wine Regions’ Best Restaurants series.

This volcanic region formed at the base of the active Mount Etna is famed as being a culinary melting pot.

Its proximity to the great empires of the last two millennia – from ancient Greece through to the Romans and the Ottoman empire – has resulted in cooking that is italian at its core, but with a flare for arabian fruits and spices as well other southern European influences.

Take a look at how the best restaurants in Sicily do their part to lay-on the island’s truly unique cuisine, as suggested by Sicilian journalist and food-fanatic Daniele Palumbo.

Images courtesy of Tripadvisor. 

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