This cozy restaurant accommodates a total of 80 diners, and features a two-story historical space where diners will be able to access the upper floor through a beautiful Italian-inspired spiral staircase, one of the key focal points of the restaurant. Sicilian born chef Lino Sauro delivers a number of seafood dishes that rotate during the seasons, blending mostly japanese fish and Sicilian recipes. Rich flavors meet high quality raw ingredients. We enjoyed the flavor and texture of the spiced octopus with leom potato and roasted radish, and among signature dishes, the Seafood Stew in Terracotta Pot, or even more the delightful capellini with sea urchin and bottarga sauce. In the small yet charming courtyard, you can grab some arancini or a tasty caponata, to mention a few. The wine list offers original references, and meal endings are tantalizing, with cannoli filled with ricotta paired with a glorious Marsala Superiore Riserva by De Bartoli. Oysters friendly.