We had the pleasure of dining here in May. The dining room is full of stimulating art work, some on a monumental scale.
When we arrived, began with glasses of Prosecco. We were delighted that we were served a tray with several delicious dips, olives, and cheese accompanied by interesting Sardinian breads (as an offering of the house.) When we moved to northern Sardinia we missed the delicacy and crispness of the ones from Orosei.
This region celebrates seafood. I enjoyed Mussels Mariniere, and then spaghetti a la vongole(clams). The real headliner of the meal was my husband's swordfish carpaccio salad, which I remarked was large enough for two or three. He however had no trouble enjoying each mouthful, exculting in all the components...."wow, taste this piece of fruit....the bean sprouts are so fresh....the radicchio is so crunchy."
We savored a mellow registered bottle of Vermentino from Gallera, and felt truly satififed with the meal. It is clear the chef and the sommelier know what they are doing, and are artful in the presentation of the meal, coupled with sophisticated but refined service.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.