4 based on 683 reviews
We booked via the jointly owned hotel where we were staying, which was a good job as it was pretty full on a Tuesday evening in May. Execellent mixed fish dishes as a starter from the buffet, really superb cuttlefish ink risotto, very good spaghetti al scoglio, and then – well, we had been walking all day – some beautiful veal and pork, plus grilled verdure. Service was old-school professional. The prices were very reasonable: our feast, including a stunning bottle of Ruinas Vermentino, water and coffee came to €89.50, which in the circumstances was a bargain. We saw the wine on sale in a wine shop for €20, and overall the markup was less than 100% on the wines we recognised. So go there for really food, but for full value go for a really good bottle of wine.
4 based on 263 reviews
Little restaurant all made of wood with typical sardinian seafood menu, recomended by specialized magazines like Gambero Rosso and Guida dell'Espresso. Great position just beside the beach of San Giovanni di Sinis, with dehors and beautiful seesight. Pets and children are welcome. Easy parking. Good selection of white and red local wines, prices according to quality.
A small hut, half hidden in the dunes, very clean though. Friendly host, a little too proud of their "special" seafood. Compared to many other places in the area they have fresh fish and they can cook it without spoiling it too much. For the rest, nothing new or original, fair price. Depressing choice of wines.
4 based on 323 reviews
At first impression, the facilities and services are quite basic. But then one realizes the challenges of the locality, on the beach, where even the water for the bathrooms has to be trucked in. But once one gets over the "rustic" looks of the place, the restaurant actually offers quite a lot and it does a great job at providing a very welcome break for a hot and long day at the beach. The food is good (especially the gamberoni and other fresh fish grilled right outside on the large outdoor grill), the staff is friendly and it's a pleasure to sit down for lunch under the breezy, shaded patio. If this restaurant were in the middle of town, it would probably deserve an "average" review, but because of its location I think the upgrade to "very good" is well earned.
4.5 based on 705 reviews
We had a memorable evening meal here while staying at the B&B opposite (run by Mrs Pinuccia's son). Very good value and food and wine kept coming. Food included local seafood (including sea urchin that we had never tried before) and homemade pasta. Prawns were beautiful and were eaten with shell and all (not pealed like we do at home). Mrs Pinuccia even provided a selection of homemade liquor at the end of the meal.
Seating was at long, common tables and this worked well, as you get to chat with others who join the table. We had an interesting selection of people from Italy and Germany (as well as ourselves from Australia) on our table and we all got on well.
3.5 based on 443 reviews
This ittioturismo is located near Cabras, on the laguna. The food is simple but good. Not very abundant. What I do not like is that they accept too many guests for the space they have. You eat so close to the others that you can hardly move. The noise is terrible. The general experience for us was negative. Perhaps it is better in low season.
4 based on 124 reviews
Have been here several times with folks from Cabras...if they, the locals, like it, it must be good! Confirmed this upon my third visit the other. Night. Pizza thin, tasty, accompanied by a good Ichnusa Sardinian beer. Prices very reasonable. Service prompt and attentive. Cool and air conditioned inside for those who like that sort of thing!
4 based on 205 reviews
In my first time there my pizza was all burned and my order took about 40 to arrive , second time same thing , third time , the place wasnt that full and still again my order took one hour to come. Three chances , in none ofthem a good service ... Never again
4.5 based on 334 reviews
giorno di chiusura Mercoledi closed on wednesdays
This is a beautiful island, just on front of Putzu Iddu beach.
It is a short ride with a boat from there.
The island is a great place for beach life ( the color of the water is unbeatable) and snorkeling. But be aware that there are no trees, no shade at all. There is no bar or any other service. Bring with you water, food and something as shelter.
4 based on 675 reviews
Fresh seafood at reasonable price. Every dish we had was perfect. We had the pasta with battarga, grilled shrimp, octopus, lobster, not all in one meal. They became our hangout for our few days in Cabras. The food is only half the story. Great friendly staff even with some language bumps. We try our Italian but our French and English is much better. Our waiter, who does know English, did a totally Italian thing, which made our visits a highlight. On our first visit we ordered the house wine, but it wasn't very good but not bad. We were going to suffer through it but he noticed and I said my wife did not like it (it tasted old). Without saying a word he took it away and brought out a bottle and proceeded to poor half into a carafe. It was very good. That was what we were charged for. When we returned the next day he anticipated that we really liked that wine and poured us each a glass at house wine price. That is the Italy we love.
4.5 based on 194 reviews
I usually prefer to have seafood inrestaurants justonthe beach, because for me the ambient experience is as important as the quality of food. We decided to have dinner last Sunday night in this restaurant, that we didn' t know, because there was no other place open closer to the sea. Lucky us! We were very happy with the dinner and the price was honest. Antipasto misto (wonderful, varied and abundant) + very good pasta with ricci and homemade desserts. Local wine. 37 euros each
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