This Lavender Hill restaurant takes its name from what the ancient Greeks and Romans called Sardinia. And it's Sardinia where the focus of this place lies, showcasing the food, drink and culture of the Italian isle, alongside a few crowd-pleasers from the mainland.
The food menu is all about authenticity. Expect, then, dishes ranging from Sardinian cured meats and cheeses and malloredus pasta with tomato, sausage, saffron and pecorino to Sardinian seafood stew and maialetto sardo - a traditional Sardinian dish of suckling pig here served with pan-fried potatoes and seasonal vegetables.
The wine list has plenty of bottles from Sardinia, but borrows from the boot, too.