If you want to taste typical, fresh, homemade food from Sardinia, this is the right place for you.
Especially if the weather is not so warm, it’s really the right place to go — you’re going to come out full of good food and good wine.
I like this place a lot, because it is friendly and informal: the quality of the food is great despite being cheap.
I suggest you taste: the fresh traditional stuffed pasta from Sardinia (the Malloreddu and Culurgiones); the “Seadas” (traditional dessert) and ask for the Mirto (traditional liquor) at the end of your dinner.
Waiters are really kind but some evenings, when it’s really full, you may have to wait a little bit, so just get into the “Italian mood” and enjoy your wine. Usually if the table is not ready when you get there, they offer you a glass of Sardinian wine (Cannonau).
Especially in the evening, it’s better to book, because it’s always full.
If you are around for lunch, they have some cheap offers.