Sardinia may be small but it has a mighty culinary scene. With the catch of the day never too far away and the gorgeous weather making it a fantastic place to grow durum wheat and tomatoes, it won’t be too long before your know your way around a local menu and become an expert in knowing your malloreddus from your macarrones furriaos.
Staying with us at Perdepera Beach Resort and wondering what’s on the menu? Or want to know what the local food scene is like? Here is everything you need to know to get your taste buds tingling for your holiday.
Full board dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner all takes place in the main restaurant looking out over the family pool.
We have a local focus on the resort menu, especially in the evenings. To make sure everyone can get the meal they want, we offer buffet style dining so there’s a varied selection, especially handy if there are some little ones that can be fussy eaters around dinner time.
Around dinner time you can expect us to highlight the best in Sardinian cuisine with pastas, salads, grilled meats and freshly caught fish all on offer. Make sure you try the local speciality cheeses we offer with every meal; they offer a trust taste of Sardinia in every bite.
With the main meals, you’ll be happy to know that water and wine are included.
A little tipple after dinner is always a treat, and with the main bar beside the restaurant, there’s no better way to watch the sunset than with a little spritz or cocktail. The bar also stocks some fantastic local drinks, including local lager Ichnusa; a big favourite amongst beer aficionados.
On the nights when you want to venture out a little, you don’t need to go far. A quaint stroll along the beach to your right (Southernly) will see you at Mirage bistrot del mare in no time at all. They specialise in grilled fish that is served whole and freshly made pasta.
And for a slice of something extra, turn left on the beach and 800m away is the quaint Ristorante Pizzeria Da Depau. They are renowned for their large thin crust pizzas as well as their mussels.
You can also take a taxi to the south of the island and visit the capital Cagliari. It has some high-end seafood restaurants and is known for having a vibrant al fresco dining style, especially on the weekends.
The best way to work up an appetite for all the delectable food we have here at Perdepera Beach Resort is by taking part in some of the activities we have going on every day of the week.
From kayaking and surfing to tennis and scuba diving, adventure awaits when you visit our activities page.