The recipes of Trapani cuisine have a story to tell, a glorious past to celebrate characterizing this corner of Sicily.
Trapani cuisine is enriched by the Slow Food Presidia such as Trapani sea salt, Nubia red garlic and Castelvetrano black bread, in addition to all the infinite delicacies of the territory such as the yellow melon of Paceco and the typical handmade pasta called busiata. Finally, the conventual sweets of almond paste typical of this territory
Flavors, fragrances, everything recalls an authentic and genuine cuisine.
A Mediterranean cuisine much imitated and appreciated abroad and whose main ingredient is extra virgin olive oil.
We must not forget the very fresh local fish for which the entire area is well known. The Strait of Sicily is in fact one of the seas with the highest biodiversity in the whole Mediterranean. And again the Street food, the typical take-away street food, which with its unique and authentic taste is able to fascinate the palates of travelers visiting Sicily.