With potatoes and parsley
With black sauce, stracciatella cheese, and Mazara del Vallo shrimp
On a bed of bean cream.
Shrimps and zucchini, fish ragù, cheese, and Prosecco
On a bed of avocado cream and caramelized wine syrup
Shrimps and stracciatella cheese
Swordfish, large prawn, squid
Octopus, large prawn, tuna
Lettuce, cherry tomatoes, arugula, bread croutons, grilled chicken, Caesar dressing, Grana cheese shavings, extra virgin olive oil, black pepper.
Mozzarella di Bufala Campana, cherry tomatoes, basil, extra virgin olive oil, black pepper.
Arugula, avocado, mango, seared fresh salmon, lime, extra virgin olive oil, black pepper.
Anchovies, oranges, fennel, fresh onion, extra virgin olive oil, black pepper.
Rice, seared fresh tuna cubes, corn, green olives, carrots, extra virgin olive oil.
Caponatina, bruschetta with capuliato cream, bruschetta with olive pâté, selection of local cheeses, Prosecco and cheese arancino.
Bruschetta nero di seppia with stracciatella and capuliato, shrimp and zucchini arancino, cheese and Prosecco arancino, crostino with anchovies, tuna and eggplant meatball, swordfish caponata.
Coconut, Philadelphia cheese, and orange
It is advised that food and drink prepared, sold and administered may contain ingredients or adjuvants considered allergens. With reference to the EU regulation of 26 October 2011, n.1169 annex II.
Here is the table of the 14 food allergens:
|Gluten||cereals, wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt, kamut, including hybrids and derivatives|
|Crustaceans and derivatives|
both marine and freshwater: prawns, langoustines, lobsters, crabs, hermit crabs and the like
|Eggs and derivatives||all products made with eggs, even if minimal. Among the most common: mayonnaise, omelette, emulsifiers, egg pasta, biscuits and cakes, even savory, ice cream and creams, etc.|
|Fish and derivatives||ncluding derivatives, i.e. all those food products that are made up of fish, even if in small percentages|
|Peanuts and derivatives||packaged snacks, spreads and condiments in which there is even in small doses|
|Soy and derivates||milk, tofu, spaghetti, etc.|
|Milk and derivates||yogurt, bbiscuits and cakes, ice cream and various creams.Any product in which milk is used|
|Nuts and derivatives||all products which include: almonds, hazelnuts, common walnuts, cashew nuts, pecans and Brazil and Queensland nuts, pistachios|
|Celery and its derivatives||present in pieces but pure within preparations for soups, sauces and vegetable concentrates|
|Mustard and its derivatives||can be found in sauces and condiments, especially mustard|
|Sesame seeds and derivatives||in addition to whole seeds used for bread, we can find traces in some types of flour|
|Sulfur dioxide and sulphites in concentrations higher than 10 mg/kg or 10 mg/l expressed as SO2||used as preservatives, we can find them in: canned fish products, in pickled foods, in oil and in brine, in jams, in vinegar, in dried mushrooms and in soft drinks and fruit juices|
|Lupine and derivatives||now present in many vegan foods, in the form of roasts, salami, flour and the like based on this legume, rich in protein|
|Molluscs and derivatives||canestrello, razor clam, scallop, heart, sea date, fasolaro, garagolo, snail, mussel, murex, oyster, limpet, sea truffle, cockle and clam etc.|