Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Bari Sardo, Province of Ogliastra, Italy including Ristorante Pizzeria Tre Mori, Orchidea Blu, Ristorante Pizzeria "Il Pesciolino", Ristorante Pizzeria Principe d'Ogliastra, Ristorante La Torre, Bar Ristorante Pizzeria Via Mare, Baia Cea Ristorante Pizzeria, Al Vecchio Rione, Bar, Pizzeria, Kebaberia Da Fresi, Ristorante Pizzeria San Giorgio
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3 based on 204 reviews
Prices in the restaurant incredible affordable.The local starter (antipasti de la terra) we had was good as well as the local wine.Unfortunately the pizza did not meet my expectations and the tortellini were a bit over cooked.The waiter was extremely helpful and friendly.
4 based on 21 reviews
Cercando online un posto vicino al nostro villaggio per un aperitivo "locale" ho trovato questo locale che mi Ã¨ piaciuto subito. Ristrutturato recentemente e si vede, carina la veranda, buon gli spritz con stuzzichini.... a solo 4â¬/uno. Ottimo.
4 based on 75 reviews
Food is well prepared with many local touches. They aim to please and accommodate to all tastes. Prices are also fair and dishes we had were abundant, tasty and fulfilling.
4 based on 166 reviews
Fresh ingredients sourced locally, the menÃ¹ changes according to products availability. Seafood, pizza, local recipes and new ideas on the plate. Stunning terrace overlooking the sea where you can enjoy your drink or your meal and more seating in a green
A nice set up here with great pizzas and an attractive setting although on driving there felt like you were heading to somewhere in the back of beyond. Very busy when I was there and deservedly so with pizzas keenly priced.
4 based on 188 reviews
A friend recommended this place and we had fabulous dinner and lunch there. The seafood pizza is the best I've ever eaten and other dishes like pasta or fishes are delicious. The relationship quality & food is good!
3 based on 111 reviews
Normally every time we go to Sardinia, in Tortoli' we have to go to Torre di Bari' sea side to have a meal at Ristorante La Torre. The food is good, we specially love the "Culurgionis" tipical sardinian dish, made of pasta filled with potatoes, olive oil, pecorino cheese, mint and garlic, garnished with pomodori sauce!!!!mmmmm! We love the fish, in particular sea food .. Gamberoni arrosto!! and Sebadas dessert to complete the feast.. Ottimo!
4 based on 102 reviews
Some friends took us to this hidden treasure, tucked down a narrow residential lane in Bari Sardo.We ate in a beautifully decorated little courtyard that has sunshades and nice quiet background music. The service was quite quick and everything was served correctly and in a very friendly manner.The menu featured some very unusual pizzas, such as "fritto misto", "sea urchin roe" and "prawn, tomato and rocket", together with all the classical choices. We shared a plate of very nice deep fried calamari before our pizza. The pizzas were well constructed with just a touch of crispness but still pliant bases. Washed down with water and a lovely chilled Cannanou from Oliena and followed by a couple of desserts and a round of good grappa, the bill was just 75 euros for the 4 of us.
4 based on 177 reviews
We ate here on several occasions and it was always very busy.The staff were very good all speaking good English.The food was always very good.Lacked a bit of atmosphere, could do with some background music.
4 based on 245 reviews
My wife and I popped into Orchidea Blu at lunchtime upon arriving at Bari Sardo. Antonello who I believe owns the restaurant looked after us very well. We were looking for something that was quick and easy as we arrived from a long trip from Sant' antioco island. We went for the wood fired oven pizza as I noticed from the outside the restaurant the pizza oven chimney which was about 15 foot high! I opted for the Arrabbiata pizza which was laced with fresh anchovy and nicely spiced with chilli. I prefer thin crust on my pizza and this didn't disappoint. With plenty of tomato and cheese on the large base, this was as authentic as they come! My wife opted for the Sardinian sausage with pecorino...Yum! Make sure you're hungry as the pizza's are filling.! We found the prices to be very reasonable and we enjoyed a glass of white wine, Ichnusa beer, mineral water and espresso coffee to finish. The restaurant was quiet but then again, it was a Monday afternoon. We only visited the one time but our lunch experience was very pleasant indeed.
4 based on 339 reviews
Out of season visit. We're given a Italian /German menu, while being a English /Dutch couple. Had a nice pizza Romana, could have done with some garlic. Husband had mixed grill (meat) which was salted, when that could have done without and left to do oneself. Overall okay atmosphere. No chicken dishes what so ever though.
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