Amici Miei, (‘my friends’), is an authentic Sardinian trattoria, the sort that feeds you up with all the flavours of Italy. Carpaccio and salads compete for starters (€8 to €19), followed by generous pasta or risotto dishes (€12 to €21) and thin crust pizzas (€9 to €17). At dessert, special mention goes to the strawberry and basil panacotta. Marry it all together with a good wine from the transalpine selection, delivered by relaxed and efficient waiters. All this adds up to a place that’s never empty – with a bit of luck you’ll even see celebrities Romain Duris or Anna Mouglalis wrestle with their spaghetti. As a result, you need to arrive early – or the only slice of Italy you’ll be taking home will be inside a pizza box.
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