Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Villa San Pietro, Pula, Province of Cagliari including Locanda Caddeo Pula, Il Circolo, Su Nuraghe, Pub Tanit, Madrigal Irish Pub
4 based on 80 reviews
Siamo da 15 anni al servizio dell'Aperitivo Artigianale, con la nostra passione ed esperienza per rendere speciale e sfizioso ogni momento della vostra giornata. La Locanda Caddeo Ã¨ ideale per le persone attente alla qualitÃ e trasformano, una semplice pa
It was busy, lots of locals and that and the other reviews tempted us in. However the meatballs were dry and dull, and the chicken & avocado salad was uninspiring. Nothing wrong, but it would have been easy to make this so much better quite easily. Disappointing.Thank you so much! we are sorry that you did not like our offer and we hope to have a second chance. Greetings from the staff.
Esperienza in una serata d'inverno. La serata prevedeva musica dal vivo con menÃ¹ fisso. La cena era gustosa ma i tempi d'attesa biblici: un'ora d'attesa nonostante fossimo attesi. Descriverei il locale "stile anni 70" ma credo sia in realta cosÃ¬ dagli anni 70! Cameriere simpatiche, cortesi e pittoresche.
3 based on 337 reviews
We were pleased to find this sit-down, casual restaurant at the recommendation of a bar owner just up the street. She could sense that we preferred more than 'bar food' and sent us this way - it was perfect and open (!!) after visiting the ruins at Nora in the 'off-season.'The service and food are average but they did not rush us and our family was able to have a relaxing casual lunch. The 'ravioli su nuraghe' was flavorful and I recommend the "mallored/campidano" or local grilled saugage - also tasty. We shared the penne salmon in a rather plain cream sauce and the misto terra pasta in a red sauce, also very plain. We enjoyed the local Sardinian cheese and meet plate appetizer.Cost is reasonable - pasta as an entree about 6-8 Euro, lemon soda 3 Euro, white wine 6 Euro per glass (maybe a bit high). Desserts ran about 4 euro to 5 Euro (limited selection from a glass dessert counter). Tiramisu and Lemon Torte were both yummy.All-in-all, perfect for a local lunch when touring the area.
3 based on 183 reviews
Reviews of this bar draw similarities to English pubs, as an Englishman letMe assure you this place shares very few similarities. Part restaurant, part bamboo covered tiki bar with a mismatched ever present throbbing baseline this appears to be the principle distinction for Pulaâ young.Situated in a pleasant central square opposite a charming well lit restaurant this sound whilst inside this bar isnât what you would expect & yet when outside, itâs virtually inaudible. The barman attempted brief conversation, asking where I was from etc, but while his grasp of English was good, infinitely better than my own Italian, the fact this place was so bay meant we were never really going to be able to converse. The drink were around UK pricing, â¬4 for a beer.The Food. I wasnât that hungry, but chose the âAngusâ, Burger. Iâd seen other burgers leave the kitchen in Buns, looking exactly as a traditional burger should, however mine came on a thin layer of bread, thinner & more crispy than a tortilla? Possibly the chef had ran out of buns, Iâll never know as the entire menu is in Italian. I had been disappointed at first but given I wasnât that hungry in the first place the lack of a bun was actually good. The food was actually very tasty, the burger especially. The thick cut chips were also well cooked. It wasnât cheap at nearly Â£10, but it was easy & soaked up the alcohol.
3 based on 89 reviews
Great choice of drinks, outdoor space, open till late, music varies, friendly staff and we went there every night from midnight till late
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