Would it be a trip to Italy without visiting a restaurant that feels like an Italian family’s front room? Our answer: we think not. And our solution: Hostaria San Pietro.
Located in beautiful Trapani, expect colourful settings alongside homely light shades. And of course, delightful services from the owners and waiting staff.
As well as serving up a feast for the eyes, this spot also serves exquisitely cooked classic Italian dishes. The succulent and perfectly cooked swordfish gives a whole new meaning to fresh. And the couscous dishes make the ideal lunchtime meal or perfect option for those craving something lighter.
Although the whole menu is noteworthy, the busiate pasta at Hostaria San Pietro is what they’re best known for. Essentially a long type of macaroni in a corkscrew shape, it originates from Trapani itself. The busiate with pistachio and prawns is hard to beat at this spot, but a “wow” moment is guaranteed with any busiate dish here.