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Le Cesarine

Sicilian 'Sapuri'

Casteldaccia / Sicilia

La Cesarina

Casteldaccia is a charming town on the Tyrrhenian coast of Sicily that preserves traces of ancient Arab and Norman settlements within its historic center. It is a town particularly well-known for the production of Sicilian pastries, including almond cookies, buccellati, cannoli and cassata. Casteldaccia is also renowned for the quality of its wines that have been locally produced since the early nineteenth century, when Duke Edward began wine-making and trading the wine that can still be found today on many tables around the world.

In this town rich in history and culinary excellence, we will meet our Cesarina Rita. She will will serve up some of the typical local specialties in her dishes.

The secret of the Cesarina
From panelle, to anelletti pasta timbale, up to the cannoli: all dishes that recreate the "sapuri", that is "flavors", of my Sicily.


  • Panelle, arancinette and sfincionello, bruschetta with tomato and basil, eggplant caponata, seasoned olives
  • Baked anelletti timbale
  • Palermo-style braciolone with potatoes and battered vegetables
  • Seasonal mixed salad
  • Sicilian cannoli, almond biscuits and cake with oranges

Refined selection of local wines


Rita offers a Taste Experience that pays homage to the ancient "Sicilian Sapuri" or flavors. It starts with an appetizer that brings to the table some of the most famous and delicious products of island cuisine: Panelle, arancinette and sfincionello, true specialties of the local street food cuisine. We also have crunchy bruschetta with tomato and basil, eggplant caponata and seasoned olives.

As a first course, the Cesarina offers a rich timbale of baked anelletti: a dish made with Sicilian 'anelli', small ring-shaped pasta which are a staple of Palermo's traditional cuisine. We continue this journey through the flavors of Sicily with Palermo-style braciolone, a roast stuffed with potatoes and battered fried vegetables, accompanied by a fresh, seasonal mixed salad.

Lastly, a delicacy of traditional Sicilian desserts, which is famous all over the world: Sicilian cannoli. These crunchy tubed of fried pastry are filled with ricotta, and are accompanied by almond biscuits and cake with oranges.


  • Participate in dishes preparation

  • Vegetarian option

  • Wheelchair-accessible

  • Pet-friendly home


Our customers says

"This was one our best experiences in Bologna. Our hosts, Gianni and Lorenza, were a well travelled and interesting couple about similar ages to ourselves. They also spoke perfect English, having lived in Canada for many years. Gianni taught us how to make tortellini from scratch which we ate with our meal. Gianni is a fine and the rest of the meal was excellent. Their place is an apartment in a medieval Palazzo which was well worth seeing on its own. We really enjoyed it."

J. Bliss

"Our dinner with Angela was the best experience of our visit to Rome. The food was delicious, and it was delightful to talk with Angela and her Mother about food, life in Rome, work, and the state of the world in general. This experience would have been impossible for us without Le Cesarine."

D. White

"We had a wonderfull lunch time with Tania (30 minutes outside from Bologna). She was an excellent host and very charming. We enjoyed her traditional courses (antipasti,strozzapretti con salsiccia, brasato al limone) very much and could highly recommend her. The atmosphere was very relaxed and it was easy to drive to her. We would come again."

J. Hüsser