The atmosphere is really good in this restaurant and food served is traditional and served as such. Reasonable price for what you get. We booked in advance because it does get busy!
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We just couldn't believe the prices here - so cheap for what you get! We chose the 20 euro set menu which included wine. The stater was so delicious, cheese meats and bread. We then both had a pasta dish next followed by a main...More
The appetizers are grand enough that to order one is enough for three people. Order their signature 'piggy' dish and there is no way you will not be impressed. Very reasonable prices for a great experience.
This restaurant is suggested to enjoy the marvelous taste of Sardinian food. All typical things and a vary kind staff give you the feeling to be in a postcard where everything is creating a perfect atmosphere for your "gourmet buds". Suggested : little local piggy...More
We were really surprised that their put just 4 raviolis in a €15 portion. Therefore, we asked the waiter if this was an "antipasto" portion and he was really rude telling us that they require a lot of job, as if we didn't know what...More
Had the 20 euro degustation menu. Note this is not a touristic option. First excellent antipasto and good bread. Then good pasta. Then lamb in broth with olives and wild fennel. One taste of this and I knew it was exceptional. And a glass of...More
My boyfriend and I did not have time to make reservation so when we were told to wait for 10 minutes we were not that surprised. We went there around 22 h and it was quite full. Anyway, the hostess was rude to us. She...More
Our hotel recommended this as a local place with food of the region. It is incredibly popular with Alghero residents. The food is good, entirely focused on meats - pork, lamb, goat, donkey and horse. The food is fresh, well-prepared, and substantial. We were treated...More
My hotel recommended this non-touristy, family run, and non-seafood trattoria for my final night in Algerho on 7 May 2017. Not at all disappointed with an antipasto platter of two types of percorino, spicy olives, proscuitto, porchetta, and spicy salsiccia. A spectacular roasted suckling pig...More