This tiny eatery in an old wine cellar carved into the stone of an ancient house is always packed with both locals and tourists—so call ahead (and bring cash; they don’t accept credit cards). The menu (written on a blackboard) focuses on fresh and local ingredients, like vegetables from the nearby terraced gardens and seafood from local fishermen. Preparations are simple but packed with flavor; consider grilled and rolled vegetables stuff with mozzarella, fresh anchovies stuffed with herbs, or the house speciality, coniglio (rabbit) roasted in a white sauce. Simply delicious!