A cuisine in which traditional local flavours are fused with the desire to innovate.
The Flora embodies a real sense of history, and we are very much enamoured of it. Because it speaks of our history and of that of our city.
In the 1940s, after the Second World War, it was the place where American patrons would stop of eat something and let the hair down to the new rhythm of the rumba. The rest is part of the portrait of our family, which came from a small town in the Ogliastra area called Seui to take over this trattoria, transforming it into the place to be, conserving the love for tradition and delicious rural cooking.
Here at the Flora you will find locally caught fresh fish. The flavoursome meats we serve come from the finest farmers and shepherd in this part of Sardinia. Our fruit and vegetables comes from the nearest producers. All of this because we believe strongly in the virtues of short supply chains. We believe in using seasonal produce; in the recipes that are jealously guarded in the local pantries.
Because for us, cooking is not a fashion; it is a lifestyle – and authentic and sincere one at that.