Via Capitano Bocchieri, 31

Have you ever seen such a street? Baroque in style, neither wide nor narrow in size. The far end beholds the unmistakable dome of the Duomo of Ibla in the background. On this ‘via’, small and beloved, open the doors to the restaurant of Ciccio Sultano. A bourgeois interior exposes an old apartment transformed into a dining room with 40 seats intimately distributed in various rooms with coveted angles inside Palazzo La Rocca. This very location provided the set for the film Divorce Italian Style with Marcello Mastroianni.

Right arms

The kitchen of Ciccio Sultano is a hub for training and teaching, giving priority to personal and professional growth. In this training camp, study and improvisation reign. Much like a jam session that sounds without interruption, two alumni have emerged: Marco Corallo – right arm and executive chef to Sultano – and Peppe Cannistrà – partner and leader of the casual concept, “I Banchi”.

Menus

In reading a menu, you learn a lot about the character of the chef: in many ways, it is a public confession. In those of Ciccio Sultano, a sense of tangibility jumps from the page (Blue sea Omega 3) along with sentimentality (…three sauces, three valleys, three dialects), seasoned, perhaps, with an air of adventure (Do you want me to be the chef? Or, Seconds to those who…?!). In loo of libations, take note of two lists: Alcoholic Kitchen, a series of splendid cocktails and “1 cl”, a whimsical invitation to drink with pleasure and judgment. There is also space for menus with high offers at low prices.

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A MENU FOR TWO

From 01/11 to 23/12/2017, we offer our taste menu for two with the simple addition of twenty euros (excluding the quick menu)

First is convenient

For those who buy 30 days in advance we offer a 10% discount, from 01/10/2017 to 30/04/2018, except public holidays, lunch menu or menu for two.

A great wine cellar

Descending into the cellar is like entering a cave of wonders. The treasure of bottles is vast and yet focused. Labels from Sicily, Italy, and the great wineries of France, important verticals of historic vintages, sparkling wines, champagnes, rare liquors and bottlings with whom, and upon whom, to meditate.
An inquisitive and solid cellar: a mirror of Sultano’s cuisine.