We are a family made up of several nationalities, some of which the Italian language is mother tongue whereas for others not. Here, we all felt as being Italians. The atmosphere in Lu Puzzu is ok. Not the fine dining type of restaurant, but great for a relaxed get-together event, eating good food, and chatting about whatever comes to mind. We had small dishes typically side dishes of various foods; mostly seafood though with vegetables, salami, and bread, etc., and, of course, good wine. Now sitting here writing this review I come to think about the Spanish tapas, and this the Italian counterpart and their names. Not easy but having consulted the internet it seems as Cicchetti and Burraoa are two terms for the same type of food; small dishes of various kind or maybe completely different content and origin as Italy is in general: diversified. Although I have to admit, these two words relate to other regions in Italy than the one we visited.
Anyway, the food was great and the service good, as can be expected when you have the language skill to guide you to the excellent places and food to enjoy.
And the fact that we went back a second time for dinner is proof enough that we can recommend it.
For the coffee and ice cream, we went to another of our favorites, and they are in fact many. Particularly when it comes to gelato.
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