We shared the following two as starters:Zupetta de Cocciula Cozzasa e Calamareddusu $13                    (Rich Soup of Clams Mussels Calamari and Sea Weeds)You'll want to dip your bread into the broth at the end! This dish was also excellent. Of course, I have enjoyed the food everywhere and this place brings me back. Grazie La Ciccia! We shared our plates: * Inzalara de Birdura cun Acciugasa e Casu: The dressing... holy sh*t. #amazeballs* Calamarusu Arrustiusu- Tender calamari with a punch of basil (great to dip bread into)* Prupisceddu in Umidu- Unbelievably flavorful octopus with a spicy kick (also great to dip great into)* Spaghittusu cun Allu Ollu e Bottariga- This was the showstopper. Staff are friendly, the owner even nicer...go try it out. Reservations through OpenTable have been hard to come by, but we finally got in last night. La Ciccia is family owned and operated Italian restaurant on the edge of Noe Valley in San Francisco. Though the gray haze pouring out ot the front door when I entered was disconcerting, I was assured that the kitchen "incident" that had provoked it was under control. Possibly just authentically European as well. We've been anxious to try La Ciccia for several months. In eight years in business, La Ciccia, the tiny Sardinian restaurant on 30th and Church streets in San Francisco, has garnered an almost cult-like following. Loved it. Coming from a Sardinian family, I had very high expectations of this restaurant. The interior has been redone in a simple but comfortable manner. Husband and wife owners, Massimiliano Conti and Lorella Degan work together to take you to a culinary journey through the Italian island of Sardinia. Spécialités: Here at La Ciccia, we offer real authentic Sardinian cuisine. Even better the picky French Spouse loved everything here and proclaimed the best meal they've had since we were in Barcelona a couple of months ago (putting it higher than their own native food in the south of France as well as Florence mind you that we've had since Barcelona).While the French Spouse is quite familiar with Sardinian food, I was not and we took our server's suggestions and got Fregua Sarda cun Arrizzonisi e Cori de Tonnu $18  (Toasted Sardinian Fregola with Sea Urchin Tomato and Cured Tuna Heart) if I was a poet I would write a love sonnet to how wonderful this tasted. We also got the marinated olives. Truta de Arriscottu $8 (Ricotta and Saffron Cake served with honey and Almonds)   The cake wasn't as moist as I had hoped and the flavors were very subtle. I am a big fan of Sardinian cheeses so I was really awesome to have 3 or 4 great cheese with Sardinian honeys to eat. If heaven exists, it definitely has this spaghetti as a main course. I had my eyes set on 3 things on the menu at La Ciccia before we even ordered, and I was happy when the bartender at La Nebbia re-affirmed my choices. more La Ciccia Sardinian Restaurant treats you to the flavors and traditions of the pretty Mediterranean island of Sardinia. The prices seem slightly high for the portion size and simple ingredients. They were fresh tasting and served with mixed greens.The breaded and fried pork cutlets will also be my go-to choice the next time I dine here. Some memorable highlights: Calamarusu Arrustiusu - just delicious (baby calamari with olive oil)Fregua Sarda cun Arrizzonisi e Cori de Tonnu $18  (Toasted Sardinian Fregola with Sea Urchin Tomato and Cured Tuna Heart)     The service is top notch. I was apprehensive about this dish but it was daringly different and with each bite, I enjoyed it more and more. The interior has been redone in a simple but comfortable manner. In several cases, the simple flavors of olive oil, vinegar, and citrus left us wanting more complexity. I'm jumping on the La Ciccia bandwagon! Menu may not be up to date. Wow, did they deliver! Tinna H. 09/11/20. We were surprised to see that every table was occupied save the one where we were to be seated. I can't wait to bring my Italian friends there the next time they are visiting. Anyway, I took one for the team, so enjoy the photos.If you are looking for authentic regional Italian cuisine, La Ciccia is a great choice. This restaurant serves flavorful food! The interior has been redone in a simple but comfortable manner. The sauce was lush and sweet with uni, creamy and perfect with the slight acid of the tomato and the gaminess of the the tuna heart, but the fregola wasn't ideal to me in holding up to the sauce. Calamarusu Arrustiusu - Menu - La Ciccia - San Francisco ... Yelp The interior has been redone in a simple but comfortable manner. We had a lot of food and a great bottle of red wine, it wasn't cheap, but the food was memorable and worth every penny. Please click on the link above to view my photos. Our sense was that the food was often simple but authentically Sardinian. Zupetta de Cocciula Cozzasa e Calamareddusu, Fregua Sarda cun Arrizzonisi e Cori de Tonnu. Every. Came here last week for a gf bday celebration. Specialties: Here at La Ciccia, we offer real authentic Sardinian cuisine. Love how while the food is high quality, the atmosphere was relaxed and comfortable. Los Angeles Lisbon ... Yelp/Owie N. Order delivery ... La Ciccia also works wonders with lamb and pork loin and offers a wine list 180 labels strong including tastes from the Italian island.

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