The crowning jewel of the Mediterranean, Sicily draws you in with theatrical colour, exotic Moorish architecture & intriguing tales of Mafiosi present and past.
Let us transport you to Sicily
A melting pot of culture with Arabic, Norman and Baroque influences scattered across the island, Sicily has a rich heritage and its history is captivating. Palermo, the island’s capital, is the perfect place to sample Sicilian street food such as deep-fried arancini and sweet cannoli. Moving away from the coast, one will find a wealth of flora flourishing, from prized citrus fruits to delectable Datterini tomatoes.
Some of Italy's sweetest tomatoes come from the town of Pachino, in Sicily, from which they take their name.
In Sicily, sausage meat is almost always infused with finocchio, or fennel, for a fresh, herbaceous flavour.
Pasta alla Norma
Pasta alla Norma is a classic dish of Sicily, and features regularly on our menu, made with the island's bountiful aubergine crop.
Sicilian pistachios are famous in the gastronomic world. Viviaciously green and flecked with pink, they form the base of the island's pistachio pesto.
Ricotta Salata is a hard, salty cheese from Sicily, not dissimilar to feta, though firmer in form.
Arancini are Sicily's iconic balls of fried rice and, often, mozzarella. Naughty, but ever so nice.
Cefalù, a small town on Sicily's northern coast, is known for its small, rustic streets and cathedral.
Added to and altered over the course of many centuries, this cathedral tells the tale of Sicily's myriad history.
Mount Etna, an active volcano, has loomed over the people of Sicily for thousands of years.
Built in Florence, this fountain was transported to Palermo in 1574. To be moved it was disassembled in 644 pieces.
Temple of Hera Lacinia
Temple of Hera Lacinia is a Greek temple in the Valle dei Templi, Sicily, dating back to 450 BC.
The Triskelion, known in Sicily also as the Trinacria, is the three-legged woman that symbolises Sicily.
Sicily was conquered by the Moors, from North Africa, and Moorish influence remains to this day, unique in Italy.
Festa del Pistacchio
Bronte, a small town in Sicily, is known for its pistachio harvest. Each year it celebrates the Festa del Pistacchio.
Sicily is famous for its almond tree blossoms. Acqua di Parma's classic fragrance "Mandorlo di Sicilia" takes its name in honour of Sicilian almonds.
This Roman Catholic cathedral is dedicated to Saint Agatha and displays Norman and Baroque architecture.
Treat yourself to our dishes inspired by Sicilian cuisine
Treat yourself to an authentic taste of Sicily with our limited edition dishes inspired by the island’s exotic cuisine. Alternatively, take a look at our weekly menu to see what delicious recipes you can have delivered to your doorstep this week.
Read about Sicily
Journey on with us to explore some of Sicily’s hidden treasures. With our guide to the best Sicilian street food and our delicious summer-evoking recipes, we will whisk you away to warmer climes.
Take your Italian education one step further by learning to make your own pasta at home. Our pasta making kits come complete with specialist tools and flours, and if you’re a complete newbie, don’t worry – we have a range of gift sets that cater for all abilities. Once you’ve perfected the basics, you’ll become a pasta pro in no time!