Home  |  About Us  |  Menu  |  Location  |   Store                                   








Classic caesar salad 11.95
+Chicken 8.00
+Shrimp 8.00


Ravioli in a  tomato mascarpone sauce or creamy pesto sauce
Beef or cheese 24.95

Cheese tortellini with creamy bolognese sauce 23.95

Squid Ink Linguine with calamari and scallops in a spicy tomato sauce 24.95

Squid Ink Linguine with smoked salmon in a lemon cream sauce 26.95

+chicken with tomato sauce and parmigiana 24.95
+veal with tomato sauce and a creamy pesto sauce 25.95

Chicken Parmesan chicken breast with parmesan cheese, tomato sauce and melted mozzarella  25.95

Veal Parmesan Veal scaloppine with parmesan cheese, tomato sauce and melted mozzarella 32.95

Chicken marsala in a mushroom and marsala wine sauce 24.95

Veal Marsala in a mushroom and marsala wine sauce 32.95

Risotto Primavera with assorted vegetables in a  homemade tomato sauce 22.95

Risotto Marsala  arborio rice with pieces of chicken breast in a marsala wine sauce  24.95

Rotating wine by the glass and bottles based on inventory offered




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.



La Fontana Siciliana  Copyright 2011
Web Site Designed and Hosted by : Tricom Web Design