This cosy country kitchen, located on the corner of its pretty namesake street, serves up simple, tasty and reasonably priced nosh for breakfast and lunch. The staff are attentive and the fresh pumpkin salad, with poached egg and sun-dried tomatoes might just be one of the best light meals in the city. Plus, you can buy local products like olive oil and salts to take home with you. Ask for a table outside and watch Palermo's hipsters parade by as you sip a freshly squeezed juice. For as Voltaire himself once wrote, 'Nothing would be more tiresome than eating and drinking if God had not made them a pleasure as well as a necessity.'