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    The Garden Restaurant Sympathy: Delicious Pasta & Pizza

    by shavy Updated Oct 12, 2014

    We were staying a bit outside town and is kind of really dark at night where no street light. So, we thought we will take the car and drove to the center which is about 5 km. But when we step out from our B&B room and walk to the car as we looked next door we saw this place but we wasn't sure it was a restaurant. So we walk closer and yes is pizzeria, it save us time to go to the center

    We're a bit early we were alone, Italians always dine late. So, we went inside there was lady probably the owner she was very welcoming and show us where to sit. She speak a little bit English but the menu card were all in Italian no English. They have plenty of choice in the card. We choose pizza for appetizer and pasta for main course. We choose seafood and fish pasta they're both very delicious.

    After an hour sitting inside, the restaurants are completely full. Many of them have a reservations. It was a Saturday evening. We were lucky we came early, otherwise we couldn't get our dinner without reservation if we came later. The service were good and fast. Even though it's busy but still they check us from time to time

    Is an elegant and welcoming restaurant-pizzeria where you can savor delicious dishes accompanied by the best regional and national wines or for those who want to sample traditional Italian pizza, will have the opportunity to choose between the many varieties. The interior is purely Italian style.

    Favorite Dish: I love my seafood pasta it's really good. They have excellent red wine

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    Tavola Azzurra: Most popular in Cannigione

    by iammon Updated Sep 29, 2011

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    Seems to be very popular. We were really lucky to get a table without reservation and people queue worse than in the US to get a table.

    Food was great and cheap! Very tasty appetizers then lots of seafood and fish.

    Favorite Dish: The Sardinian gnoghettis.

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    Chili Peppers: Mexican food in Sardinia

    by toemayn Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Authentic Tex-Mex in Italy!? The owner is retired from the US navy. The place difinitely has the feel of a Mexican Cantina. It's a nice break from Italian food, since we were there for a month. Want mexican beer you got it here! Good food great atmosphere.

    Favorite Dish: Fried chicken tenders. A hard to get item in Italy. The beef burrito was very good also.

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    Albergo Pensione Pinna: Restaurant with a view

    by iandsmith Updated Nov 27, 2009

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    We had no recommendations, simply pulled up and this place was open which, when we were there, was a big plus. The fact that there was a lovely view made me more enthusiastic.

    Favorite Dish: We had the place to ourselves and the walls were decorated with basketry and art of a local nature that lent a nice ambience to the place. The lady who ran the place was lovely and, bolstered I guess by the fact that we were the only ones there, we got good service.
    The food was good for the early courses, particularly the soup, and we were thoroughly enjoying ourselves.
    Our hostess then suggested sardas for dessert, a Sardinian specialty. Frankly, I couldn't get excited about it but was glad I tried it because I then had boasting rights.
    Would have no problem going there again to eat.

    Lovely decor Looking to the castle Local basketware Contemplating sardas
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    Osteria da Lio: Sailor's Bar - Very Friendly Great Food

    by anacapa Written Jan 19, 2009

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    Great low-key spot. Dinner was quite good. The energy at the bar was high. We met the guy who runs the lighthouses on the island, along w/ friends who all were sailors/fishermen. Of course we met the men...being mostly women. Very friendly, just don't stay too late gals.

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  • Chili Pepper's Mexican Restaurant & Cantina: Getting better with age

    by Fred02128 Written May 5, 2008

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    Our first visit to Chili Pepper's in Palau Sardegna (Itlay) was in the summer of 2001. When we visited again in 2004 we noticed a huge improvement in the quality of the food as it became more like what we experience in Mexican restaurants here in the US. In our 2 week visit in 2004 we ate here at least 3 times!

    We'll be visiting again this summer and expect even greater improvements in what we found to be a wonderful Mexican restaurant.

    Favorite Dish: Taco's and Berrittos. The sausa was excellent too.

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    Marlin Ristorante Pizzaria: A must when in Santa Teresa

    by anacapa Written Nov 21, 2007

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    This is a locals place, at least during the off season. We saw local workers eating here along with intellectual types dressed in Benetton.

    The food is inspired and delicious. We had a lovely lunch here.

    Marlin Ristorante Pizzeria The Salted Cod at Marlin's Marlin's inspired presentation
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    Ristorante Sa Forredda: The best choice possible

    by MichaelFalk1969 Written Sep 17, 2007

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    This nice restaurant on the main street in Muravera had a wide range of Pasta and Pizza dishes and superb quality food at more than fair prices. It was a privilege to eat there - great food and friendly staff.

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    Da Nico, San Panatelo: Just leave me here

    by sourbugger Written May 9, 2006

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    There is one unmistakable whiff that ensures you have entered a good pizza restaurant in Italy - and that is the comforting embers of a real wood-buring oven.

    The 'Da Nico' restaurant offered more than just pizzas, but I was quite happy to stick with their superb version of the classic 'Four seasons' pizza.

    Prices are very good (around 7-8 Euro) for an individual pizza, although other dishes could be quite a bit more (see warnings and dangers tip on Fish).

    Situated on the main road through this attractive village, it is worth planning to come through this way at a mealtime if you can.

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    Saloon Steak House: An Italian Steak House

    by toemayn Written Aug 22, 2005

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    Looks like a steak house/bar in the US. Good steaks and pasta very friendly staff and owner. After eating you get a free shot. The owner must have liked the way a put away the "Jager" because he gave me a ball cap with resturant's logo on it. This was something my son and his navy buddys had never heard of.

    Favorite Dish: T bone steak. Very large well prepared.

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    L'Angolo della Gastronomia da Roby's: great pizza

    by toemayn Written Aug 22, 2005

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    The best pizzia we ate in Italy. Take out only. Nick Roby has the art of pizza making perfected. Prices are very reasonable. Located just across the street from the ferry landing on La Maddalena Island.

    Favorite Dish: The meat lovers pizza.

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    Great Food But Know the Hours

    by tom.clementson Written Jul 16, 2005

    I enjoyed a great meal every time out. The combination of seafood and pasta worked well for me. Very important that you understand that many places serve large meals during midday and pizza at night. I had to adjust my eating schedule accordingly.

    Favorite Dish: The seafood spaghetti was worth the wait. Fine spaghetti pasta with a yummy tomato sauce and shellfish...definitely my favorite on this trip. The pizza is also great if you like a thin crust. For dessert; try the tiramisu.

    A meal is an event so be prepared to spend some time and enjoy the experience. Costs were very reasonable...just remember that you pay for refills just like most places in Europe.

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    The Clipper: Shiver me timbers

    by tomhoward Updated Mar 11, 2004

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    The Clipper is located just off the main road, to the back of the ship yard on Porto Cervo marina. This was a great little restaurant and I can't fault any of the meals we had there... it made a welcome change to the hotel food we were getting bored of towards the end of the holiday.

    All the usual suspects are on the menu.. shrimps, tuna, sea bass etc as well as a couple of meat options for all you land lubbers.

    After a mix up with the lobster portion, we ended up paying twice as much as expected (you can't look too shocked when the bill comes - this is a billionaires playground, so pretend you're shocked how cheap it is $$), but we came back anyway cos it was so good.

    Service is excellent.

    Favorite Dish: Don't think you will be disappointed with anything you order here. House red wine was the best we tasted throughout Italy.

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    Sardinia has a plethora of...

    by gabriellefox Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Sardinia has a plethora of great restaurants as you can imagine, which suit every taste and every budget. My rule of thumb when looking for a good restaurant when you find yourself in unfamiliar territory is eat where the locals eat.
    Fresh produce straight from the farm or sea to the table.

    Favorite Dish: Fish dishes are exceptional as is the pasta. Salad nicoise is great if you are watching your figure.

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    by pierpaolo Written Sep 5, 2002

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    A very small restaurant (max 40 p.) with a perfect service in a garden under Pinies, not so expensive, 100 m away from the sea.

    Favorite Dish: Antipasto: Ostriche
    Primo: Linguine al Sapore di mare
    Intermezzo: Aragosta del mediterraneo alla griglia
    Secondo: Orata alla griglia
    Vino Bianco: Tuvaoes (cantina Soc. Giovanni Cherchi)

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