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Le Angeliche


Vicolo Abbadia 10, Palermo
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The recipes for everything down to the desserts at this warm, stylish, women-owned Sicilian bistro come from small towns in the region of Sicily. That means you'll find salamureci gazpacho or couscous from Trapani, casatelle di Montevago, ricotta gelato-filled bacio pantesco, and semolina-filled mustaccioli that the chef learned about while traveling and cooking with elderly locals.

Le Angeliche is hidden on a backstreet in the Mercato del Capo, and you won’t stumble upon it unless you’re looking. Once you’re there, grab a seat inside or out back in the secret shaded garden. There’s a full selection of natural wines, plus non-alcoholic drinks, coffee, and homemade sweets, including unique granita flavors in summertime. Reserve a table a few days in advance to secure your spot. 

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