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Homemade Sicilian Cuisine


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Homemade Sicilian Cuisine


 

La cucina siciliana

Drawing upon the ancient tradition of family-run tavernas in Palermo, we aim to serve you no-fuss, wholesome dishes to go with a glass of wine and a chat. This is the food that we enjoy eating, the authentic taste of our homeland, Sicily.

Our menu changes daily, using the freshest picks of locally sourced produce, which our chef Pietro uses to concoct traditional dishes with a twist. Explore Sicily’s culinary tradition: discover panelle, arancine and sfincione – perfect for a quick lunch, or to take away. Or indulge yourselves with our hand-made fresh pasta, aubergine and 'poor meat' based dishes.

Our food is our passion. We’d love to share it with you.

 
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Eat Together


Schiticchio (Ski-tee-keeooo) Sicilian'small plates to taste'. Traditional and modern taster dishes made by our Sicilian Chef.

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Eat Together


Schiticchio (Ski-tee-keeooo) Sicilian'small plates to taste'. Traditional and modern taster dishes made by our Sicilian Chef.

Make a Reservation

Drawing upon the ancient tradition of family-run tavernas in Palermo, we aim to serve you no-fuss, wholesome dishes to go with a glass of wine and a chat. This is the food that we enjoy eating, the authentic taste of our homeland, Sicily.

Our menu changes daily, using the freshest picks of locally sourced produce, which our chef Pietro uses to concoct traditional dishes with a twist. Explore Sicily’s culinary tradition:

discover panelle, arancine and sfincione – perfect for a quick lunch, or to take away. Or indulge yourselves with our hand-made fresh pasta, aubergine and 'poor meat' based dishes.

Our food is our passion. We’d love to share it with you.

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The Kitchen


The Kitchen


Pietro franz, EXECUTIVE CHEF

 

Franzina Trattoria's executive chef, Pietro Franz, loves to serve authentic traditional Sicilian dishes in a down-to-earth yet quirky way. Here you will find a selection of Sicilian favourites and some idiosyncratic dishes from his homeland. The converted shipping container at Pop Brixton that makes the backdrop for this restaurant says everything about the character of Pietro and his food.