Find out what Southern-Italian restaurants to try in Monastir including L'angolo della pizza, La Pitrizza Di Aresu Luciano, Ada, JvJ Restaurant, Sa Mesa, U3 - Birreria Popolare & Steakhouse, Su Stazzu Giardini d'Inverno
4 based on 236 reviews
Restaurant located in a large garden. Renowned for the welcome and the excellent cuisine, in addition to offering national dishes, genuine local dishes, seafood and pizza. Wide selection of wines.
A fantastic restaurant showcasing traditional Sardinian food, the place to go if you want to eat good quality, authentic sardinian and italian food and seafood at a good price. 10 times better than many of the tourist restaurants in the city and cheaper. I ate here 3 times in 2014 and now again it 2015 on my holiday in Sardegna, i am staying in the town next to su stazzu called villasor and it was recommended to me by my friends who live locally.
5 based on 101 reviews
U3 - Birreria Popolare & Steakhouse is the first pub in Uta
Some local friends recommended this restaurant as a "must" visit during our holiday in Sardinia. They told us to book using whatsapp, and it was easy enough. The place is about 20 minutes drive from Cagliari, just off a main road (SS130). There are plenty of parking spaces in the street, very convenient. We were told by our friends to try a special dish, the bue rosso, which we cooked at the table on a hot salty stone. I had never seen anything like this. The staff gave us a big table and were careful to ensure the stone was placed far from the children, warning us about the heat of the stone. We sat at a table with a draft tap embedded in the actual table, another interesting feature of this restaurant. The decor is also very cool, with plenty of very funny plaques written in English: it was fun to read them. There was a kids menu that included a drink a main meal and an ice cream, one had a hot dog and one a hamburger. Their portions were very big and they had chips too. They also had colouring pens and a place mat to draw on, so they were entertained for a while. We had two local beers from Sardinia on draft, American Pale Ale, and it was interesting to know that it was made in Sardinia. Overall it was a unique experience in many different ways, and we were gutted to have visited this place only at the end of our holiday, otherwise we would have probably gone back for a second time!Grazie Peter (thank you). E' stato un piacere avervi qui da noi . Se tornate in Sardinia siete sempre i benvenuti.
4 based on 305 reviews
I love cooking but honestly this restaurant takes home cooking to another level.Selection of starters wide and unusual.Snails cooked to perfection and fava beans with mint and pancetta delicious.Roasted piglet was so tender and with a lovely crackling. Wild boar to die for with that lovely sauce around.Thanks to the staff for moving us to another table a quieter one as my mom is deaf. Perfect lunch out......
4 based on 16 reviews
Yummie food. Nice place. Really traditional. Mixer seafood starter is a full meal. Chef choice was brilliant
4 based on 338 reviews
Typical Mediterranean cuisine. Organic ingredients of the short supply chain. Homemade pasta. Dishes of fresh caught fish and meat from farms in the wild. MenÃ¹ also for Vegetarians. Pizza with wholemeal flours and excellent homemade desserts.
I had the pleasure of being taken to dinner at Ada by a local friend who knew this resturant well. she ordered all the food with Andre the owner so most of it was a surprise for me. Andre also had a very good selection of international and local beers to drink and he picked out a Sardinian one for me. We had a lot of courses and everything was super fresh and very very tasty, seafood, local meats, lambs brains !!!!! Which I had never had before. I probably would not have eaten them if I had known what it was but I must say it was pretty good. Over all this was an outstanding meal with top notch personalized service from the owner. I hope to be back in Sardinia soon and I would love to eat there again. Thank you Andre it was an exceptional evening with great friends and good, cheers Bushy martin from Australia
4 based on 106 reviews
This is a little homey restaurant in a rustic style, looked really cozy.Since we were reaaally hungry the food seemed so much more delicious to us. :)We had spaghetti with coze and botarga. Fully recommend you to try. The waitress couldn't speak English very well, but we understood each other in the end.So thanks for the food
4 based on 191 reviews
Preparazione di impasti a lunga lievitazione con materie prime di alta qualitÃ , Carne alla brace , Steakhouse, Panini , insalate e tagliere di salumi e formaggi. Gelato carpigiani sundae e dolci vari . Tutto in sala o a domicilio.
we visited Cagliari in August and even though it is considered high season, we were surprised that so many restaurants were closed... Apparently some restaurant owners think it is a great idea to go on holidays when it is the peak of tourist season.. Anyways, we were really lucky to find a restaurant like this one,with DELICIOUS pizza and funny guys working there. They even got a friend who could speak perfect English to help us choose the right pizza ;) Awesome value for money!We highly recommend for delicious pizza and really friendly atmosphere!
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