Serisso 47 is located in the heart of Trapani’s historical center and it is interesting to note that it was formerly a Bourbon palace in the 17th century.
Serisso 47 has a wonderful cozy and elegant atmosphere. The cuisine truly interprets the traditional cuisine of Trapani – the catch of the day, which is brought to your table by trolley. I highly recommend you experience this as each fish is pointed out and explained along with the cooking preparation. There are other regional dishes including spaghetti with sea urchins.
I found the wine wine list to be large with a great selection of regional Sicillian wines. Our choice was Firriato’s Saint Germain (brut) – these wines come from Borgo Guarini estate in Trapani. This sparkling wine was the perfect accompaniment from our appetizer right through to dessert.
Colour: straw yellow
Nose: notes of white fruit with some citrus
Palate: varied and complex, the balance of acidity and freshness enhances the persistence through to a finish marked with mineral notes. Persistent bubbles.
It’s interesting to note that Catarratto and Grillo’s individual characters are present and easily distinguished.
Overall with Serisso 47 you get tradition, innovation, wonderful local flavors and excellent presentation.
Via Serisso, 47
T: (0039) 0923 26 113
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