Beautiful hidden gem in Porto Torres. We found it almost accidentally and it was amazing. Delicious food and a beautiful ambience. Will come back!
Come sempre una certezza! Location da 10, cortesia e qualità. Continuerò ad andarci!
This was the fourth time we have eaten here and as always the food was splendid. My spaghetti affumicati with burrata and cherry tomatoes was delicious as was my wife's first course, the fregula ai frutti di mare. My filetto with home-prepared potato chips was tender as before and my wife's turbante di pesce was good but lacked the mashed potato that it had come with the last time. However the mixed salad was a good substitute. My local speciality dessert, the tumbarelle, were warm outside with a cool filling to give a pleasant contrast. Antonella the waitress was welcoming and good company as always. We will return!
My wife and I had dinner here on Saturday night. I was difficult to find but worth taking the time. The setting is a combination of traditional English gentleman's club and Art deco and the menu is imaginative. We had the house seafood starter which was ample and varied. My wife had ravioli with seafood filling which she described as very good while I had the spaghettone with avocado, curry and prawns. I would have preferred the prawns to have been shelled but the sauce was good. For dessert my wife had the hot pistacchio muffin while I had the chocolate globe with hot sauce which was splendid both to look at and to eat. I would wholeheartedly recomend MamaGiu and we are returning next Saturday to continue the research.
Really excellent. A memorable meal with great service in a delightful setting