Find out what Barbecue restaurants to try in Sassari. Sassari (pronounced [ˈsassari] listen (help·info); Sassarese: Sassari; Sardinian: Tàtari) is an Italian city and the second-largest of Sardinia in terms of population with 127,525 inhabitants, and a Functional Urban Area of about 222,000 inhabitants. One of the oldest cities on the island, it contains a considerable collection of art.
Things to do in Sassari
4 based on 61 reviews
Griglieria alla brace di carni sarde , nazionali ed internazionali , ambiente familiare ed accogliente aperto tutti i giorni a cena
Spesso dopo il calcetto ci fermiamo qui per cenare.. il locale Ã¨ carino, niente di che e lo staff molto gentile.. la carne Ã¨ ottima e, col giro carne, vai via veramente sazio.. piatti di ottima qualitÃ .. alla fine della cena dolce offerto..I prezzi forse un po alti ma la qualitÃ non si discute..Lo consiglio
5 based on 40 reviews
Su consiglio di amici, abbiamo provato questa originale trattoria che offre piatti abruzzesi.Il locale Ã¨ arredato in modo molto accogliente ed altrettantio accoglienti sono i gestori. Abbiamo assaggiato degli antipasti, un primo, gli spedini di pecora e di fegato e il dolce. Tutto buono, anche il vino. Prezzi nella media (circa 70 euro in due)
4 based on 194 reviews
We found this place by passing and we're very happy to have done so. The service was excellent and despite our little Italian vocabulary very helpful. The food was amazing and very thoughtful: my boyfriend who is lactose intolerant had all the choices, even lactose free tiramisu was on the menue! The wine fitted perfectly and we enjoyed the buzz of this place.
4 based on 686 reviews
Tritus is very popular in Sassari so better make a reservation ahead (ask at your hotel reception if you don't speak Italian).Treatment is not great if you have to wait: we asked for a table for 3 people and were told it would have taken no more than 15 minutes. After 30 minutes and many latecomers being welcomed before us, I was livid and complained to a waiter.In less than 2 minutes, 2 tables magically came available.Nonetheless, they brought bread (salted pizza and standard ciabatta) and took orders from people arrived after us. Because of that, we started eating over 30 minutes later.Food (pasta, pizza, grill) was generally good, portions are huge (150g + for pasta, 4-5 grilled sausages and lots of roasted potatoes). Prices are at the mid-range, main courses with sides come for 15 euros on average.It's ok to have many clients and being busy all the times. It's not ok to give favourite treatment to your friends forgetting clients that are waiting. Our experience was clearly not worth a 3 though.For this reason, go visit Tritus only in quiet periods/time, food is good for large stomachs.
4 based on 348 reviews
Formerly a trendy disco, it has become a neat and modern burger&pizza spot.I had some battered courgette flowers (delicious for only 4 euros) and a "parmigiana" burger meal (special yellow bun, burger plus provolone, buffalo mozzarella and.. parmesan aubergines of course!). Size is huge.Shame about appalling frozen chips and for the fact most of the burgers are originally from frozen.Reasonable prices if you look for a hearty meal. No service charges apply.
4 based on 236 reviews
Come ogni anno questa Ã¨ una tappa fissa e tassativa! QualitÃ delle carni , come sempre, eccellente esattamente come il servizio.Vini di primissimo livello. RitornerÃ² tra qualche giorno prima di rientrare a casa.Andateci!
4 based on 311 reviews
Everything is fresh and reinvented with a modern approach. Starting with the unusual raw swordfish garnished with olive oil, strawberries & radish to the terrific fresh tagliolini with prawns & cherry tomatoes. Wide range of fresh desserts also featuring a peach tiramisu', cherry cheesecake and a special Sardinian cannolo made with fried carasau bread and abbamele.Starters are a bit pricey but you would miss a number of tasty plates such as octopus salad, snails in tomato sauce, a couple of carpaccios. Forget Sardinian menus filled with frozen bland ingredients, this trattoria uses local fresh produce only. The experiment is quite successful and you won't find such bold cuisine anywhere else in Northern Sardinia.
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