The Restaurant with the Garden around
The great arched hall of the ancient refectory used by the Knights of the Order of Saint John is the evocative setting for the Don Eusebio Restaurant. The hall opens wide its French windows towards the South to reveal a spectacular view of parkland strewn with twisted olive trees, set on a backdrop of the Mediterranean sea and the distant Maltese isles.
Paintings by 16th century Sicilian artists, ancient kneading troughs and a long refectory table complete the furnishings of this refined and suggestive ambience, which predisposes the guest to experience a journey back in time to the bygone flavours enjoyed by local landed gentry.
On mild summer evenings the restaurant seats its guests in the antique Hortus Conclusus garden where the air is scented with Mediterranean aromas and the sky is illuminated by the constellations of the southern hemisphere (the Eremo della Giubiliana is situated further south than Tunisia).