The province of Oristano (Italian: provincia di Oristano, Sardinian: provìntzia de Aristanis) is a province in the autonomous island region of Sardinia in Italy. Its capital is the city of Oristano. It has an area of 3,040 square kilometres (1,170 sq mi), a total population of 160,746 (2016), and a population density of 53.7 people per square kilometer. There are 78 municipalities (comuni) in the province).
Things to do in Province of Oristano
4.5 based on 493 reviews
We went to Mannu twice, once for lunch and once for dinner. The waiter at lunch was fantastic and the service was perfect. In addition to the crisp flatbread and regular bread served in most of the restaurants in Sardegna, Mannu also served bread slices that had been baked with olive oil; like large croutons. They are absolutely wonderful. In fact, when we return for dinner we told the waiter we only wanted the bread that had been baked with olive oil.
At lunch I ordered an antipasta called Razza al Agliata. Agliata is a semi-spicy tomato sauce with lots of garlic served with a mild fish. This is a specialty of Bosa and I strongly recommend it. I had it a number of times and it was always wonderful. For our primo my wife and I both got the spaghetti allo Scoglio which had scampi, lobster, calamari and mussels in a tomato sauce. It was excellent.
We arrived for dinner about 8 and there was almost no one in the restaurant. The service again was excellent. For our antipasti I ordered Gattuccio in Agliata and my wife ordered the seafood soup which turned out to be more like a stew that had a small lobster, a whole shrimp, mussels, scallops, cannolicchio, black beans and tomatoes. My wife said it was very good. She ordered a second antipasto of cooked vegetables which turned out to be a large bowl containing zucchini, green beans, cauliflower, carrots and a small potato. They had been boiled. For my primo, I ordered fish ravioli in the chef's sauce. The sauce consisted of sautéed tomatoes, wild asparagus, shrimp and other seafood. I thought it was very good.
I notice that around 9:30 the restaurant started to fill up. There was only one waiter and two assistances. I could tell that the service was starting to bog down because there were just not enough waiters. We were finished by this time so we were not affected by the slowdown in service. But I mention this only to suggest that if you going for dinner you should arrive around eight and not later in the evening.
4.5 based on 769 reviews
We had an oke dinner in the restaurant. The waitress was friendly and helpfull.
We were welcomed at the restaurant with nice little amuses. With very fine different tastes in a little spoon.
Bread and oil were fine.
The choice for vergetarians, not eating fish or meat is not very big at the menu, but they were prepared to make something special.
The tastes were great.
The main corse of one of us was not very warm, but they resolved that. Only my husband almost finished his plate when my dinner finally arrived for the second time.
I was disappointed about that, because it was really quiet in the restaurant. Only three tables were occupied: in total 5 guests, so serving a cold plate is never nice but with such a little number of guests I only can explain it as not indifference and therefor it is shameful.
The espresso was also not really hot.
So at the end we had to pay €80 for this experience.
4.5 based on 467 reviews
We came by coincidence at this restaurant while we were visiting Luglieri. It was such a Nice surprise. A restaurant full with locale and it surfend good (Sardien) food. Everything we had was delicious, and the housewine was great. We had choken a starter tosharte, two Sicilian maincourses, wine, water and two desserts ( they were not that spectaculaire) and it was 45 euro. We had a great afternoon and Will go back ( we are staking in Bosa) tomorrow. We really love this restaurant! Nice staff also
4.5 based on 571 reviews
The owner opened the restaurant which is located in the actual farm. We wanted to try the maialetto, the piglet that is traditionally done in sardegna and we were received by an array of antipasti and great ravioli with a pomodoro sauce from heaven.
The owner is super nice and very friendly. To not miss. Better call ahead to book, especially if you want to try the roast piglet.
5 based on 151 reviews
... figuratively and almost literally! Perched on a hilltop 5 km out of Sennariolo (itself not a big place) looking down to the sea some 10 km away. We visited on a Friday lunchtime and just ate what Gianluca, chef, proprietor, waiter and host, had to hand: ricotta he had made and enriched with his home-made myrtle jam, some other ricotta he had smoked; home-pickled aubergines, dried tomatoes (from the mayor's garden) in oil, caciocavallo cheese melted with Malvasia wine, pecorino with Gianluca's onion jam... and some hams and salamis. Those were the starters.
We followed up with pasta, an oversized dessert, some coffee... and paid EUR 52 between the two of us, including a half-litre of very acceptable white wine.
But we hadn't had a secondo piatto (main meat course) so on Sunday we came back, ate a similar array of starters but made sure to save space for the shoulder of pork braised in white wine and olive oil, and a bottle of very good Cannonau.
If the Rosa dei Venti had been open Monday to Thursday, we might have managed a third visit.
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.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The food we ate here was absolutely delish! The restaurant looked a bit weird from the outside and the interior looked like a mashup of at least 7 different styles, but man, were we amazed when we tried the food!
The waiter comes to the table to tell you the menu. He was very friendly and was open to serving a vegan dish, which was absolutely wonderful. Usually, when you say you're a vegan, you get a dry salad or a simple tasteless pasta, but this dish was wonderful.
4.5 based on 268 reviews
We were recommended this restaurant by friends otherwise we would have not known about it. The location is off the beaten track.
The menu is simpler to all the other restaurants in the area but what makes it stand out is the level of service. The waiters were attentive and professional.
5 based on 111 reviews
Great food, very nice atmosphere, and honest prices. Came here while traveling in the area, under suggestion of the owner of local gas station. Not easy to find, but when you seat at the table you are ready for a very genuine and valuable experience. I am not from Sardinia but travel here very often. This is one of the best trattorie that I know in the area. Don' t expect fancy situations or food, but what you have is best quality. We started with antipasto di terra (prosciutto and salumi vari home produced), followed by two types of ravioli (hand made) and carne arrosto. But the best is when the dessert time arrives. I was in heaven, it was a mix of several "dolci al cucchiaio" (panna cotta, cream caramel, my favorites) all hand made. You add the exquisite kindness of the ownèrs. I wish to thank them for this unexpected nice experience with my review. I suggested them to open the position in TripAdvisor so I could share the info with other people. Hope it is useful.
5 based on 143 reviews
Very nice and comfortable restaurant serving typical Sardinian!The cook Franca will delight you with its regional dishes!For lovers of tradition and for those who still have not experienced the flavors of Sardinia!Each day a different menu and freshly prepared!Reservations are required and number 340.23.49.041
Ended up here together with my wife and ended up having a brilliant evening with brilliant food! The service is excellent without being to formal. Be prepared however to order in Italian (or any other language accompanied with pointing/hand gestuteres and other words you may remember from French/german etc classeshighschool) since they do not speak English.
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