Discreetly tucked in a small street of Ragusa, Trattoria da Luigi has an unassuming appearance. Inside however, we found ridiculously good food and company. The food was remarkably good, even for Italy. The caprese salad’s tomatoes were the freshest of our trip, and my ravioli was heavenly. But what made Trattoria Luigi particularly special was the small family running the place. A team of mother and son served as our waitstaff and our chef was the father. Their friendly company made the meal a memorable one. The smaller pieces of our trip, like the shopping, games of Contact, and meals tend to be overshadowed by the larger sights. (Not that the temples we visited on the same day don’t deserve the attention. I mean look at this:
The Temple of Concord–shout out to Cicero for telling us the name–is stunning). These smaller moments were great times for bonding and enjoying delicious Sicilian food and I think they were just as important to our trip.