We had a late dinner at Al Mulino, having had it recommended at the hotel where we were staying. The restaurant is spacious with large tables, something that can be hard to find in Italy. While Al Mulino is a specialist fish restaurant, there was a good selection of meats dishes and a few vegetarian. We were greeted by our charming Sardinian waiter, with breads and pane carasau (a Sardinian specialty) and our orders taken promptly. The fish lover in our group had a generous shrimp cocktail and excellent tagliatelle with lobster. The two vegetarians enjoyed large and beautifully presented platters of grilled vegetables as well as panna cotta and fragole. We drank a Sardinian Vermentino di Gallura while the beer drinker was served a very good local artisan beer.
One of the real pleasures of the evening was the very reasonable bill - only €93 - what a change from prices in Northern Italy!