Reviews on Seafood food in Bosa, Province of Oristano, Italy. Bosa is a town and comune in the province of Oristano (until May 2005 it was in the province of Nuoro), part of the Sardinia region of Italy. Bosa is situated about two-thirds of the way up the west coast of Sardinia, on a small hill, about 3 kilometres (2 miles) inland on the north bank of the Temo River. The town has maintained a population of around 8,000 people for a significant amount of time, but has an urban character that has differentiated it from other locations in Sardinia. Agriculture and fishing play an important part in the city economy, thanks to the river valley near the coast surrounded by hills and highland plateaus.
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4 based on 411 reviews
Tired and hungry after walking up/down Bosa, the playful personality of one of the young owners of this restaurant/pizzeria/wine bar drew us in from the sidewalk to one of their outdoor tables. The delicious melon/prosciutto salads, shared pizzas and Vermentino wine were totally satisfying, and we were glad to have been enticed to dine there.
4 based on 438 reviews
If the weather is nice, definitely sit outside along the river. The restaurant's name translates to See the River. And boy, does the waiter have to work, run back and forth across the street. He was friendly,efficient and helpful. The seafood and of course when in Sardegna, Sardines are a must. These were fried perfectly, not greasy at all. Local Bosa white wine. No rush service. Enjoyable evening.
4 based on 204 reviews
I asked around for a good restaurant and few mentioned Sas Covas... well, they were right! I was well attended and the food was great... very fresh seafood... and the portion was huge!A big plus is a extraordinaire olive oil on the table, green and fruity.... wow.Good job! I will come back and suggest this restaurants for sure!Valeria
4 based on 451 reviews
Found this great little place by accident, it looked inviting and we weren't disappointed!!Not an extensive menu, but what was on offer would suit most palettes.We shared the meat antipasti platter - absolutely delicious!! - and my wife had the super herb crusted swordfish whilst I had the lamb.Both dishes were beautifully presented!!My lamb was covered in nuts - yes nuts! - but it proved to be a wonderful combination!! Can also highly recommend the excellent BaBo local red wine!Great service, friendly and polite made this a great lunch experience.Highly recommended!!
4 based on 332 reviews
We have visited multiple restaurants in Bosa (Marina), all good - but we ended up in il Localino for the rest of our stay. Such a relaxed and elegant atmosphere with view on the sea and candles burning in the evening. But most important: they care about you and the food they serve, whether it is lunch, a drink or dinner. The chef prepares every day a speciality dish, which he expains at your table; all so good we never got dissapointed. Best lobster pasta we ever had. But also all the other dishes from the menu make that you want to come back...Truly passionated people with great service!
4 based on 625 reviews
Good Food, i asked for somethinig outside the manu and they really made an effort without making me feel "complicated". Waitress very Sweet an dthe openair area is right at the cutest little piazza imaginable!
4 based on 533 reviews
Ristorante con cucina Italiana, pizza con farine speciali cotta nel forno a legna, ampi spazzi all'esterno con giardino.
We visited this restaurant without a reservation, and to be fair they were very busy. We did not expect to wait half an hour before being asked what we would like to eat or drink.When our food did come, it was a little of a let down. The octopus salad was all apple and not much octopus, and that was over cooked. The mixed grilled fish was much better, the fish nicely cooked along with the prawns, calamari and octopus. We did wonder if it would be better on a quiet night as it was full of locals, usually a good sign.
4 based on 319 reviews
Empty when we arrived at 8, but buzzing with Italians when we left . This was mid week in low season.Fantastic pizzas and friendly service . Yes there was a cover charge, for nothing , but then we got free after dinner drinks....
4 based on 591 reviews
We were excited about going to this restaurant but it was a huge disappointment. A couple on the table next to us were playing music loudly on their phone. When we asked the waiter if they could turn it down/off he made little effort to sort it out. The waiter and the couple ended up laughing at us making us feel very unwelcome. When we complained they didn't take any notice of us. We wouldn't recommend this restaurant to anyone.We are very sorry for the incovenient. The couple sitting next to you was listening their own music. Probably you could hear it, but it was not that loud. The waiter turned down the music in the dinner room, but of course couldn't force other customers to turn off their mobile. Also, waiter and customers were not laughing at you why they should? I would suggest you to try our restaurant during quiet time, so that if you prefer, you can sit far from other guests.
4 based on 134 reviews
Late evening visit for a couple of fish dishes. Really great mussels, awesome shrimp and some really excellent fries. Great location and on a clear night a brilliant sunset view. Drinks well priced but salad a little expensive for what it was. The only issue, which was no fault of the restaurant, was the mosquitoes! I'd take your own citronella candle if you're sitting on the terrace!Well worth a visit Thank you for your review, and for appreciating both our dishes and our structure. We are sorry that the mosquitoes have bothered you, we usually place several "zampironi" that most often manage to keep them away. See you soon with the hope of deserving the 5 star.
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