We ate here on our second of seven nights in Sardinia, as recommended by our hotel staff. The location is excellent and it really was pleasant sitting outside in October, people watching as all the evening strollers and tourists out for dinner went by. We had the roasted Pecorino cheese, spicy Mussel soup, Sardinian Gnocchi with Wild Boar ragu, mixed fried fish and one portion of Seadas (traditional Sardinian deep fried pastry filled with cheese and drizzled with honey). With one bottle of water and a bottle of Sardinian red wine the bill came to Euro 80. The service was fine and the food was a mix of excellent and okay i.e. the Gnocchi was very claggy (stodgy) and the Boar ragu was a bit disappointing as was the Seadas but everything else was very good and we would return.
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