Cena Agrituristica

Very popular in some parts of Italy and in Sardinia, agriturismo are a sort of farms were the food served is made with the products the owners grow in the farm.
Often the wine is homemade too.
The menu can vary from area to area, but you always get a good number of starters, two different pasta, always the roasted baby pork and other meat, plus vegetables and cake. Our cena agrituristica menu reflects the south Sardinia traditions (we all are from Cagliari surroundings)and consists of ten starters, 2 pasta dishes, the suckling pig, the aromatic charcoal grilled sausage, vegetables and potatoes,the famous Campidano little cakes like “pardulas”, “guefus”, “ciambelle” and “amaretti”.
A bottle of our house cannonau every two persons is included.
It takes more or less 3 hours and we recommend for that day to have a light lunch.
This is the best way to have a full immersion in the Sardinian cuisine.
During these special evenings the staff can wear the traditional costumes.

Cena agrituristica:49.00


salumi e formaggi
(selection of cured meat and cheese)
fegatini a schiscionera
(chicken liver in a parsley, garlic and white wine sauce)
lenticche alla contadina
(lentils with Parma ham)
impepata di cozze
(mussels in white wine and black pepper sauce)
(buffalo mozzarella and tomato salad)
verdure alla griglia
(grilled vegetables)
ceci, rucola e pomodoro
(cheak peas, rocket and tomato)
insalata di tonno, fagioli e cipolla
(tuna, beans and onion salad)
polpettine casalinghe
(meatballs old recipe)
Seppieddasa cun prisucci
(cuttlefish with peas and sundried tomatoes)

Primi piatti

Malloreddus alla Campidanese
(Sardinian pasta with fresh aromatic sausage)
Ravioli di ricotta e spinaci al pomodoro
(spinach and ricotta ravioli in tomato sauce)

Secondi piatti

(roasted baby pork)
Salsiccia arrosto
(charcoal grill sardinian sausage)

Side dishes

(celery, lettuce, carrots, tomatoes)
Patate arrosto
(roasted potatoes)
dolci sardi
(mixed sardinian small cakes)
Mirto & limoncello