Where to eat in Sardinia

There are numerous restaurants where you can eat in Sardinia. They each give you a taste of Sardinian delicacies. And traditional Sardinian dishes are always a good choice. Here are some cool places to eat on your next visit.

Dolceacqua – Olbia

Located in the city centre, Dolceacqua offers a blend of conventional Sardinian food with that of Liguria, the region from which the proprietors hail. On the menu are dishes like Sardinian Gnocchi with lamb ragout Pansotti in walnut sauce all elegantly presented. The wine comprises over 80 of the best Sardinian labels.

Al Vecchio Mulino – Alghero

Located in the centre of the old town, this is a backstreet trattoria with a low vault and cosy atmosphere. On the menu are a special spaghetti al Vecchio Mulino, made with mushrooms, ham, tomatoes, and cream as well as pizzas.

S’Imbiligu – Cagliari

Situated on a large farm, this family-run restaurant affords you a friendly, natural environment with exquisitely prepared locally sourced dishes. They offer a great menu with several mouth-watering delicacies at reasonable prices.

I Frati Rossi – Olbia

One of the best eating spots on the Costa Smeralda, this restaurant is a quiet spot with a wide veranda over a sheltered garden. On the menu are historic as well as seasonal Sardinian dishes like truffles and lobster. A “three-chocolate orchestra” or energy organic product sorbet is also served. Their wine list is awesome.

Antica Trattoria – Olbia

This a cool place to eat in Sardinia. On the menu are the tasty gnocchi antipasti and pizzas for the evening. The yard plant is open in summer for eating outdoors.

Al Tuguri – Alghero

With a promise of Sardinian fine dining and rooms designed for romantic dates on two stories, this is a great place to eat in Sardinia. The atmosphere is right for the energy dishes served with wild sweet-smelling herbs. On the tasting menu are seafood cuisines for everyone, including vegetarian.

Il Ghiotto – Alghero

This is a one-stop eaterie for several Sardinian delicacies including pasta, seafood as well as other blends of take-homes, such as carasau bread, salamis, fine Italian wines, a variety of cheeses, and alcohols.

Dal Corsaro – Cagliari

This is one of the best places to eat in Sardinia. On offer is a blend of traditional and contemporary Sardinian delicacies which has recently earned it a Michelin star. It has a calm, quiet, professional atmosphere and offers budget menus.

Da Lillicu – Cagliari

It’s a large busy restaurant with a creatively dynamic menu. It serves only fresh and seasonal delicacies which ensures a great variety of tasty Zuppa di Pesce (fish soup), spaghetti ai Ricci (with sea urchins) with spigola or pork in winter.

Su Cumbidu – Cagliari

With bare unpainted walls looking like a large, old beer cellar with some outdoor seating area, it is a good spot for a quick lunch or dinner. It offers five fixed-price menus that focus on local meat dishes. It is a good restaurant to have some meal and mix with the locals.