Since we arrived almost right to the square on the ferry, we walked a hundred yards to the left and before reaching the red Riviera Hotel building we found this charming restaurant with a charming dining room made of glass and wood. The tuna caught off the local island is prepared here. They don't throw any part of the tuna away. Even today, the tuna is worked by skilled tonnarotti craftsmen respecting the older traditions. So the antipasti relies on this fish, one with some delicious sweet peppers, another with beans or tomato salad, then pasta with tuna and tomatoes, and for dessert (in Sardinia they don't pay much attention to dessert), a donut with muscat wine, this is the menu served at this delightful venue.