This charming, discreet, and extremely well-managed restaurant sits at the bottom of the hill between medieval Agrigento and the Valley of the Temples. Inside, you'll find brick-trimmed ceiling vaults, a polite crowd of diners from virtually everywhere in Europe, and excellent food that's served on hand-painted china. Menu items, served with efficiency by a staff of young, well-trained waiters, include panzerotti della casa (big ravioli stuffed with whitefish and served with a seafood sauce); and local fish with herbs, white wine, lemon juice, capers, olives, and orange zest.