When in Sardinia, detour to Orroli to eat at this “restaurant museum.” Inside a 200-year-old farmhouse — with all its rustic charm intact — the owners do their best to safeguard culinary traditions that are on their way to extinction. The bread is handmade by women dressed in traditional costumes as are the other dishes: gli spizzulus (egg pasta with wild mushrooms), la fregola (rolled pasta with meat sauce), pora (sheep) and porchetta (roasted pork). There are also 11 country rooms to rent should you want to prolong the experience. Reservations recommended.
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