To celebrate Christmas, we would like to offer a free Siculishh apron to the next 20 clients who place an order. In addition to this, we can include a Christmas card addressed to your loved one, after placing your order we will email you to arrange this.

Our Story

There are no stronger roots in this world than the ones which bonds us to our land. Love and passion for our land are what have brought us from Siculishh into the deep understanding of its ancient beauties which impact the life we lead everyday. Stories and recipes, gathered through time spent travelling are the what work hard to preserve. Our dream, Siculishh, was created as an insutrument to share and spread the best sicilian products and their stories, aiming to preserve our biodiversity and traditions from industrial productions.

Learn about our local produce

All our ingredients are carefully selected and locally sourced.

Ancient Sicilian wheat varieties

About 50 different species of indigenous wheat were commonly spread through all Sicily until the 60's, only for them to slowly disappear with the new mass productions with species better suited to the hot climate.

Squid Ink

Widely known as a self defence mechanism of the squid, used to hide before swimming away, the ink has been used not only for cooking purposes, but due to its high level of melanin it is also used in skincare and medicine.


Rich in omega-3, proteins and various other nutrients, Tuna is one of the world’s most consumed fish and the Mediterranean Sea is a perfect environment with calm and warm waters for this animal to thrive in.

Sardines and Bluefish

Mostly considered a cheap fish, Sardines (including makerel and anchiovies) are in fact packed full of important nutrients, such as omega-3 & vitamins, which make them incredibly healthy and tasty.


From the Arab name 'Buttarikh' (literally meaning, salted fish eggs), Bottarga is a traditional food that has existed through the ages: since the Phoenicians, the recipe to obtain Bottarga remains the same. Drying the eggs and preserving them in salt and has been handed down through families for around 3000 years.