Sapori Sardi

786 Fulham Road, London, SW6 5SL Categories: FOOD, Typical Products, Restaurant Italian restaurant in Hammersmith & Fulham Italian restaurant in London

Sapori Sardi is a haven of authentic Sardinian food and carefully selected Italian wines. You’ll find traditional Sardinian dishes such as Spaghetti Bottarga, Gnocchetti Campidanese and Gamberoni al limone.

Sapori Sardi is owned and run by husband and wife team, Piero and Gul, who have created a warm and friendly atmosphere and have been known to sit and chat with their diners over a glass of Mirto at the end of a busy day!

Piero Taris (Owner & Chef) was born in Sardinia and arrived in London in 1986, aged 26 and full of enthusiasm and passion for the unique flavours of his homeland.
Piero uses authentic products imported from Sardinia together with fresh local produce to prepare a menu that is refined and innovative whilst maintaining the strict traditions of his distinctive region.
He has been cooking since he was 11, learning to bake bread from his father, Giulio, who was a Master baker in the Italian army during the 2nd World War. Piero began working in a kitchen at 16 and was Head Chef at the age of 21 at the renowned Torre dei Corsari in Costa Verde. He has taught Italian Cuisine to chefs at some of the world’s finest hotels including the Sheraton Group.

Sapori Sardi is a fine Italian restaurant located in Fulham Road (South West of London).

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Report Subscribe 30/01/2015 09:42

Went to this restaurant last night and experienced the best italian food ever.From the welcome to the food,service,atmosphere friendly staff,it was perfect.Its a family run business where the father (chef) son and mother run the place,the son Marco was great giving us a bit of history of the place,from the jumbo scallops and mussells,lamb cutlets and creama catalana and wine which were simply amazing,i did alot of reserch in finding a good italian via tripadvisor and the time out magazine,i have to agree with everyone that this place is worth visiting,without a doubt this is the best italian in london i have experienced and i travelled 40 miles to come here from luton.