1 Best Restaurant in Pula, Sardinia

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Amid the lime and lemon trees in this courtyard trattoria in the center of Pula, you'll find down-home Sard cooking at its most authentic, with the accent firmly on meat dishes. The menu (in the local Campidanese dialect, with Italian and English translations) lists a selection of meaty fare, with pride of place going to the most famous of island dishes, porceddu (roast suckling pig), which you'll find displayed sizzling on a spit to satisfy the most purist of local gourmands. Notify the staff on the preceding day if you want to order this. Other options include fregola (semolina pasta) with mutton ragù and wild boar stew. Each dish will be carefully explained by the staff, and abundant portions ensure that no one leaves hungry. For those with the capacity, the desserts are also worth sampling, not least the sebadas (cheese-stuffed pastry packets topped with honey). Booking is essential.

Via XXIV Maggio 11, Pula, 09010, Italy
Known For
  • Authentic Campidanese cooking
  • Traditional outdoor setting
  • Carnivorous feast
Restaurant Details
Rate Includes: Closed Wed. June–Sept., Tues. and Wed. Oct.–May. No lunch Mon.–Sat. No dinner Sun.