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Garlic Bread Baked Italian bread with a garlic and olive oil topping.   $7.95
Bruschetta Toasted slices of Italian bread with a touch of garlic, fresh tomatoes and basil.   $11.95
Insalata della
Mixed greens flavored with a balsamic vinaigrette dressing and topped with gorgonzola cheese.   $10.95
Cesare Romaine lettuce, homemade dressing, croutons and Parmesan cheese.   $11.95
Escarola alla
Fresh escarole sautéed with extra virgin olive oil, olives and garlic.   $12.95
Contadina Fresh spinach, grilled eggplant and shaved parmigiano cheese.   $15.95
Calamari al
Marinated rings of squid in a pesto sauce with a touch of lemon.   $16.95
Melenzana Grilled eggplant served with fresh mozzarella cheese, sliced tomatoes and fresh basil.   $16.95
Eggplant sautéed with olive oil, garlic and tomato sauce topped with Ricotta salata cheese.   $21.95
Tortellini gorgonzola Cheese tortellini with sautéed spinach, gorgonzola cheese, pine nuts and a touch of cream.   $22.95
Cheese tortellini served in a pistachio lemon cream sauce.   $22.95
Tortellini Farsumagru Tortellini with meat sauce and our blend of imported cheeses.   $23.95
Ravioli Beef or cheese ravioli served with a tomato mascarpone cheese sauce. Also available in a creamy pesto sauce.   $24.95
Cannelloni di Pollo Homemade pasta filled with chicken. Served with tomato sauce, a touch of ricotta cheese, basil, and extra virgin olive oil.   $24.95
Fettuccine del Bosco Fresh fettuccine with mushrooms, peas in a aurora meat sauce   $24.95
Fettuccine ai Funghi Fresh fettuccine pasta with wild mushrooms served in a light cream sauce topped with trufflel oil.   $25.95
Cannelloni di Vitello Homemade pasta filled with our blend of veal and selected spices. Served with a tricolor sauce.   $25.95
Pasta con le Sarde Spaghetti served with a traditional sauce of Sicilian style sardines, fennel, pine nuts and raisins and a touch of tomato sauce.   $22.95
Linguini Nere al Salmone Fresh black linguini pasta with pieces of smoked salmon in a lemon cream sauce.   $26.95
Linguini di Mare FSquid Ink Linguini with calamari, prawns, and scallops in a spicy Tomato sauce and fresh basil.   $26.95
Gamberi alla Fra’ Diavolo Pan fried prawns in a spicy tomato sauce with roasted red bell peppers served with fresh saffron linguini.   $30.95
Prawns alla Trapanese Prawns over fresh fettuccine pasta sautéed with diced tomatoes, garlic, basil and almonds with a touch of olive oil.   $30.95
Risotto Primavera Italian Arborio rice with assorted vegetables, fresh basil and pesto sauce.   $22.95
Risotto ai Marsala Arborio rice with pieces of chicken breast in a marsala wine sauce   $24.95
Risotto ai Funghi Arborio rice in a wild mushroom cream sauce garnished with parmesan cheese and a touch of truffle oil.   $25.95
Risotto di Mare Arborio rice served with prawns, calamari and scallops in our spicy tomato sauce.   $29.95
Pollo Marsala Sicily’s most famous dish. Chicken breast sautéed in Marsala wine and mushroom sauce.   $24.95
Pollo ai Formaggi Chicken breast baked with parmigiano, pecorino romano, ricotta salata and mozzarella cheese, melted in our rich tomato sauce.   $25.95
Vitello alla Salvia Scaloppini of veal with a white wine and lemon sauce, capers and sautéed fresh sage leaves.   $30.95
Vitello Marsala Scaloppini of veal sautéed in Marsala wine and mushroom sauce.   $32.95
Vitello alla Parmigiana Veal scaloppine with parmesan cheese, tomato sauce and melted mozzarella.   $32.95
Agnello fichi & Marsala Lamb tenderloin served with figs and Marsala wine sauce, garnished with imported goat cheese.   $39.95

20% gratuity added to parties of six or more.




Seattle Times

La Fontana gives Seattle a little taste of Sicily
Most people’s idea of Southern Italian food is spaghetti and meatballs and big hunks of garlic bread served by someone named “Mama” in a big room decorated with plastic grapes and Chianti bottles dripping with candle wax.

Few local restaurants do much to raise those expectations.  Even fewer delve deeply into the specialties of the specific region with the gourmet flare of its tony neighbors to the north.

Seattle then is lucky to have La Fontana Siciliana, a discreet three room affair tucked into a corner alcove.

Cozy as a living room, the restaurant fills up quickly, especially when a private party books the back room. 

Review by Carol, Pucci


Seattle Times

Dining Alfresco at Local Spots

La Fontana Sicilian is an anomaly in Belltown’s hip restaurant corridor. This romantic slice of the old world maintains a low profile.  When the weather is warm, forsake the alluring antique-filled interior in favor of antipasti under the stars in the serene fountain courtyard.  Proprietor Mario Fuenzalida presents a menu of Sicilian specialties.



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