Read what people think about Sicilian NQ. All reviews are written by verified Quandoo diners.
Great food, very friendly staff and nice / safe little venue!!!
Amazing, staff are fantastic. Great atmosphere Highly recommend it to anyone who fancies trying Sicilian food
If you like antipasto then the “tagliere sunshine” is a great choice. A selection of salamis, cheeses, roasted veg, nuts and panelle (Sicilian chickpea fritters) served on a chopping board. Great to pick at, with your household, early evening with a large glass of wine and debate the latest on the pandemic if you’ve nothing better to talk about. 😱Tradition Sicilian neighbourhood bar serving authentic street food. Great addition to the NQ scene👌
Service very good, food good though not piping hot, personally felt it was overpriced for food, drink and environment.
Service by a young blonde lady was excellent Everything else went from bad to average 2 different starters and 2 mains , all tasted the same , food luke warm at best and vastly overpriced , Would not return
lovely food, great place and just round the corner - ideal
Great food and service.....had a lovely evening.!! Thank you !!
My wife and I both really enjoyed the food however, the atmosphere could be a lot better if it was made to be more of a restaurant than a bar. The food is the star of the show and emphasis should be put on that. There was a girl pouring water used for cleaning on the pavement with the door open which brought in an unpleasant smell of bleach into the restarurant whilst eating. The service was ok but could be more professional. I'd come back for the food, but there's room for improvement elsewhere. It has potential to be amazing.
We placed our order but the item I wanted for a starter wasn’t available. The waiter said we’d been given an old menu. I ordered the Italian potato cake for my main - this was meant to come with a ragu but there wasn’t any ragu. The cannoli was delicious
Always loathe writing about places I like in case they become too popular. A neighbourhood bar serving street food, as you would find on every street corner in Palermo but unique in Manchester. Essential that you understand the concept. It’s small cozy, food is authentic and first rate, cocktails well crafted, wine list small but made in Sicily mi piace 👌