The menu consisted of a selection of Crudo (the Sicilian version of sashimi),
small tapas-like cooked dishes and larger plates such as soup.
As a group we enjoyed a selection of the smaller dishes including octopus deep fried in spicy oil and served with fried potato, mussels with risotto and calamari with black rice. I also tried the lobster bisque which was rich and creamy and also contained lentils.
Gennaro the co-owner was very attentive and friendly although the service was a little slow and haphazard. I would like to return here in the evening when the restaurant is a little fuller, but I would certainly recommend Pescheria Mattiucci for anyone looking for an Italian restaurant that is a little out of the ordinary.