Nestled into one of the quieter blocks in Palermo, this cute and colourful restaurant is a fine spot for a casual lunch or informal dinner. The decor is a cheerful medley of crafts, embossed wallpaper, small wooden tables and soft chandelier lighting, so you'll leave feeling not only well fed but also relaxed. The owner places particular emphasis on variety and fresh ingredients, so that on any given day, you'll find a selection of salads and vegetarian dishes as well as marinated meat and fish dishes on the menu - the slow-cooked pork sandwich is outstanding. For dessert, try the chocolate cheesecake with passionfruit and blueberries. With breezy service, an ever-changing menu and an obvious belief in value for money, this restaurant really lives up to its many positive reviews.