WHERE TO EAT

Food and Travel (UK) - - Gourmet Traveller -

Du­cato di Sisineddu Rus­tic fare in a se­cluded lo­ca­tion where spit-roasted suck­ling pigs served with the less likely chips are king.

A thim­ble of homemade myr­tle liqueur and a homemade bis­cuit will round things off nicely. From £20. SS126 7km, 00 39 078 188 967

Lo Ze­firo This pic­turesque spot with panoramic views over the wa­ter is a good ex­am­ple of tra­di­tional Sant’An­ti­oco dishes. Get a flavour by or­der­ing plates to share – don’t miss the oc­to­pus and potato stew, and sweet ravi­oli served with Mus­cat wine to end. From £30. 15 Via Gio­suè Car­ducci, 00 39 078 182 8014, ris­toran­teze­firo.it

Ris­torante da Achille Skil­fully pre­pared fish in the cen­tre of Sant’An­ti­oco. Chef Achille Pinna is rightly lauded for his red tuna carpac­cio, while touches of Ja­panese in­flu­ence add in­trigue to clas­si­cally Sar­dinian recipes.

From £52. 82 Via Nazionale, 00 39 0781 83105

Ru­biu Bir­ri­fi­cio Ar­ti­gianale Craft beer, cre­ative piz­zas (think spelt, rye or saf­fron-in­fused dough topped with bot­targa, shrimps or sword­fish) and a laid-back ware­house vibe await at this cool mi­cro­brew­ery. From £17. 25 Via Bologna, 00 39 346 723 4605, ru­bi­u­birra.it

Sa Rus­citta Sur­rounded by olive groves, this or­ganic restau­rant with rooms grows all of its own veg­eta­bles. Ex­pect roasted suck­ling pig served with myr­tle and pota­toes, Sar­dinian lamb and crisp fen­nel, or freshly made orec­chi­ette with wild as­para­gus. From £28. Isola di Sant’An­ti­oco,

00 39 328 761 5002, agri­t­ur­is­mosar­us­citta.com

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