Monica e Ahmed
Chiesa di San Michele
Although consecrated in 1538, this church is best known for its lavish 18th-century decor, considered the finest example of rococo in...
Chiesa di Sant’Anna
Largely destroyed during WWII and painstakingly rebuilt afterwards, this sand-coloured church is basically baroque, but the Ionic...
Cripta di Santa Restituta
This crypt has been in use since pre-Christian times. It’s a huge, eerie, natural cavern where the echo of leaking water drip-drips....
Il Merlo Parlante
Cagliari’s nearest thing to a student pub, this is a boisterous place with lager on tap, rock on the stereo, and a young up-for-it...
Dine on authentic Sardinian fare in rustic surrounds at this popular trattoria. Culurgiones (ravioli) in herby tomato sauce are a...
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Lonely Planet review
Monica welcomes you with a smile and then plies you with a tempting array of fishy delights. Start with a lavish antipasto of fresh cuttlefish, ricci, mussels, and lobster in vinaigrette, and follow with spaghetti ai frutti di mare (with mussels, clams and breadcrumbs).