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Suggested place where to have a meal.

Discover Cefalù wants to suggest you a list of good places where to have a good meat and enjoy sicilian savours.

Lying at the center of the Mediterranean, between the Tyrrhenian and Ionian Sea, at the crossroads of the most important routes of our basin, since ancient times Sicily was a natural landing place for sailors and traders.Its special geographical position has enabled the convergence of peoples and civilizations: the mildness of the climate, the fertility of the soil and the abundance of fish of the seas have inspired exceptional marriages of local and imported ingredients and they created a cuisine that collects the traces of different cultures. It's for this matter then sicilian courses has always been some of the best courses all over Italy.


The Taverna Tinchitè is a typical place where you can taste the best traditional Sicilian dishes or take them home. It is the emblem of the Sicilian saying "taverna e putia". Located in the heart of the historic center of Cefalù. It was created with the intention of making people savor the original recipes of the typical Sicilian grandmothers and reviving the ancient flavors of cooking and winemaking traditions.
Specialty: Pasta a Taianu.

Le Chat Noir

Le Chat Noir is today a point of reference for all those who want to linger in Cefalù and consume the typical dishes of the Sicilian tradition. The dishes cooked by Lillo and Fabio are of superfine goodness.
Speciality: Cous Cous di pesce.

Sutt'à Ravia

Sutt'a Ràvia is very close to the Cefalu beach. Taste Italian and Mediterranean cuisine at this restaurant. Don't leave without first eating the incomparable fish, caponata and antipasto. It is a must to enjoy excellent cordial or house wine while at the Sutt'a Ràvia restaurant. As many visitors remark, the lemonade here is really great.
Speciality: Calamarata cozze e patate.


If you are looking for a place to eat well, then you are officially invited to Badia, a fish restaurant in Cefalù! This restaurant takes its name from the street that houses it, which was formerly called Strada Badia. It is possible to taste the ancient recipes revisited with a touch of skilful innovation.
Speciality: Pasta con le Sarde.