Recent memorable visit to a place in SF led me to here past weekend in search for Sardinian flavor. This place has the feel of truly homemade, recipes handed down generations, and family owned. See below links for background:
Much of what's on the menu seem usual Italian fares (meatball, lasagna, pannini, etc) but we tried the following here that were unique and delicious.
Arancini: it's a breadcrumb crusted fried rice ball stuffed with meat and vegetables served on tomato sauce - a good marriage of leftovers and it tasted very nice. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arancini
Potato Ravioli:this was described as quite "typical" of Sardinia, it's a said ravioli with cheese sauce and grated parmigiano-type cheese served piping hot. 5 pieces of doughy/cheezy goodness make nice comfort food for winter.
I also got an apple strudel just out of the oven while there and it was really very very good. Makes me curious what other Sardinian fares she cooks...