Palermo is easily one of Europe's most interesting food destinations. Think first of the bounty of the sea and then a wine culture that dates back to ancient Greece. Think of Moorish and Jewish flavours from North Africa; and French and Spanish finesse and Technics. Think of lots of fried things and plenty of pizza and pasta too. The influences can be subtle, they manifest in a local love for almonds, raisins, pistachio and couscous. Palermo's restaurateurs and street food vendors, on the other hand, are not subtle, they're proud of what they do and want you to go home hungry.
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