Pan-Italian cuisine is and has been ubiquitous in Polish cities for a while, but Sicilian? Not so much. With no pizza or fettuccine alfredo in sight, Don Corleone offers an abundance of fresh seafood in dishes like arancini con gamberi (stuffed rice balls with shrimp), octopus with potato puree, and linguine with mussels courtesy of Sicilian chef Tommaso Procopio. Pair your meal with a bottle of wine from Sicily or Apulia - suggested pairings are listed in the menu - and grab a cannolo as the figurative cherry on top. And of course, where would a Sicilian restaurant be without a Godfather reference? Recommended.