Another long-time Siracusa favorite, Don Camillo is slightly more formal than Archimede (see above), with lots of polished antiques offsetting the handsomely tiled floors, rows of vintage wines, and vintage photos of Ortigia. House specialties, like spaghetti delle Sirene (with sea urchin and shrimp in butter) and tagliata al tonno (with sliced tuna), have been drawing loyal regulars for years; on weekend evenings the vaulted rooms fill with Siracusan families out for a special meal.