In keeping with this week’s blog theme of out-of-the-way quirky restaurants, Sicilian II in Biloxi certainly fits the bill.
It is run by a Greek chef with Sicilian roots, and he speaks, Greek, Italian, Spanish and English, so he more than exceeds the language requirement.
Sicilian II is out of the way, in a strip mall just west of Keesler Gate 7 and has been in business less than a year. The chef/owner is a character of the first order, and is very likely to visit your table and check on you, with a heavy accent and all.
You will love it.
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But what you will love even more is the heavenly pizza. Everything is made from scratch. When you order, dough is taken out of the cooler, worked into a circle, tossed in the air, sauced, toppings added, and then baked in a screaming hot oven until it is perfectly done. Everything on this menu is good, but if you try the pizza, you will be hooked.