With executive chefs hailing from Sardinia, Italy—whose cookbook, Sweet Myrtle and Bitter Honey, was published in 2007—Arcodoro is the place to go for authentic Sardinian cuisine. The various pasta dishes, such as artichoke-filled ravioli and gnochetti (teardrop pasta) with wild-boar ragu (stew), are very popular, as are the chicken dishes and osso buco, and the rib-eye steak is succulent. Alfresco dining is available year-round, but only truly
enjoyable in the cooler months and when you're sitting far enough away from the parking lot to be out of exhaust range. Check out the online store for authentic Sardinian products.
Jun 2, 2004
Can't get to Sardinia? Go to Arcodoro. Try the signature ravioli, whole fish from the wood-burning oven. It's the next best thing to being there. Attentive, informative waiters. Can't wait to return to try other menu items. Everyone at our table enjoyed their meal. We also really liked the signature Arcodoro wines.