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$22 - $49
Italian, Mediterranean, European, Sardinian, Southern-Italian, Healthy
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Reviewed October 4, 2019

This unassuming Sardinian restaurant simply serves great food with a smile. Nothing fancy....they just focus on produce. The owner always suggests a great wine...and he is always accomodating. Always leave feeling happy.

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed October 1, 2019

Living in the area, me and my wife have visited the restaurant several times already. The service is very polite, professional and friendly, the co-owner welcoming you will also happily assist you on the choice of food and wine. The restaurant being Sardinian, the menu...features some Italian classics, as well as Sardinian dishes (such as the Malloreddus). All food served is lovely but pasta usually is the highlight for us, prepared just to perfection with fresh and seasonal ingredients as one is so rarely getting it outside of Italy. Nice wine list, not extensive but with decent examples of Italian wines. Prices are very reasonable and we are always happy to come back.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 19, 2019

The restaurant has a cozy and nice atmosphere. It has a rich menu and food is honestly great. As a pasta lover, I found the pennette with nduja really really delicious. An extra value is definitely the table service: the waiter/co-owner is such a polite...and professional person! I highly recommend this restaurant, whether for a yummy lunch or a cozy and sophisticated dinner! 😍More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed February 23, 2019 via mobile

We went with a group of 10 and had arranged a set three course menu. With wine and a glass of prosecco we ended up at around 43 euro per person, which was very good value. Tasty pasta and very friendly service!

Date of visit: February 2019
Reviewed February 16, 2019 via mobile

We were a group of six and a toddler, they checked beforehand if we needed a high chair, which was great. The service was great, servers were nice and helpful, attentive and answered any questions or requests we had. The food was delivered to the...table with great timing in between courses. And most important, it was delicious and perfectly sized. Great wine. And the prices are decent. Overall, a great experienceMore

Date of visit: February 2019
Reviewed January 13, 2019

Rue Vanderkindere is a street whose character changes along its length; the central part has great food shops and restaurants that benefit from the flow of people accordingly, but the zone just East of Avenue Brugmann is generally pretty dead, especially in the evenings, with...only the still life of some car showrooms. Domu Mia is however a real find, an enthusiastically run restaurant, serving pretty good Sardinian cuisine. From a short menu, the squid salad I had as a starter was wonderfully tender, no rubberiness here and tagliata was also good. The tiramisu was nicely creamy, but didn't have enough coffee in it to live up to its name. The interior is quite spartan; tile floor and plain wooden tables and chairs. This would be fine in sunny Sardinia but in the gloom of a Brussels winter, a few touches to soften the appearance of the interior would make it more welcoming, although in terms of personnel, one cannot fault it, the restaurant being run by an enthusiastic young man, who speaks quite good English.More

Date of visit: January 2019
Reviewed November 17, 2018 via mobile

I ended up in Domu Mia on its opening day. The resto was empty and we did not know what to expect, but it looked young and cosy so we decided to give a try. Marco warmly welcomed us and passionately introduced us to his...restaurant and the menu. Every dish had a precise story and reason to be there, even the bread! Same applies for the wine selection. We finally took a mixed plate of Italian cheeses and "affettati", a first course each (I took home made oreccchiette) and a bottle of red wine. Portions were generous and the taste was great. I especially liked the touch of novelty in elaborating traditional Italian recipes. Last but not least, the bill represented an excellent value for money. I'll definitely go again!More

Date of visit: October 2018
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