From the series of food & wine regions of Italy we are happy to delight you with artisanal & typical Sardinian food.
The Serata Sarda / An evening from Sardinia will take place in Steps of Rome – Your preferred italian restaurant in Dublin on 14th of November starting with 19:30 PM hours.
The Sardinian people in Italy’s history has never been a wealthy people, and the Sardinian kitchen of farmers and herdsmen has always been poor, but only in some ways, in fact, it is rich in fragrance, intelligence, versatility and exotic nature.
Among all the Italian regions, Sardinia undoubtedly boasts one of the strongest gastronomic identities, thanks in part to its island geography and convenient separation from mainland influence, but also due to its great attachment to tradition and history.
The foods produced in Sardinia are more wholesome and tasty. The meat, for example, is more full of flavor because the animals are bred in the wild. The same applies to the plants, wine and water. The sausage is a food made from raw or cooked meat, with the addition of salt, animal fat, herbs and spices. Though the meats come from different animals, the most indicated is the pig. The Sardinian pig (“porcu sardu” in Sardinian) is a native pig breed, originally from Sardinia. It is between the six native breeds in Italy. In the modern era, and today in rural areas, the breeding of the Sardinian pig is a well-preserved tradition.
Typical Sardinian food is loved by both Italians and non-Italians alike, with a few specialities being successfully exported further afield, most notably Sardinian cheese. The region boasts the largest production of sheep cheeses in Europe, thanks to the large presence of indigenous sheep (a native breed) and their milk.
Typical productions with the meat of Sardinian hogs are: the traditional ham, shoulder ham with bacon and the characteristic ring-shaped sausage (“sartizza a loriga” in Sardinian dialect).
We will be serving a salumi mixed so please reserve your table by sending a message on our Contact page or call 01-5672022!