Polish up your appetite to make the most of the generous portions of hearty home-produced food at these Sardinian restaurants, pizzerias and agriturismos recommended by readers
Down a track between Sennariolo and Scano di Montiferro is S’Imbiligu – a family-run agriturismo. The people are friendly, the food is exquisite – fresh, simple and inventive, all produced on their own farm. For €25 a head we had a set menu of eight antipasti (zucchini fritters, wild asparagus sott’olio, panadas, two different cheeses, meats), ravioli made from purple potatoes, porchetta and cucumber and tomato salad, followed by seadas – a ricotta-stuffed pancake with asphodel honey. All eaten on a terrace under the stars, with the lights of the village in the distance, listening to the sounds of crickets and frogs.