Sometimes good things don’t have to come in a costly package, don’t you think? Good restaurants also don’t have to be in the prime district or always looks expensive.
In one corner of Phuket’s downtown, not very far from Phuket Municipality’s fresh market, Salvatore’s Restaurant has been established there and quietly built its reputation and won many fans from Italian cuisine lovers, both locals and tourists alike, for over a decade.
But wait, this is nothing to be surprised at because Salvatore’s Restaurant actually is not the first child of its owner Salvatore Cossu. He actually opened a few restaurants in Patong before it was established in Phuket town. For Phuket’s real fans of Italian cuisine, one of his original restaurants was named ‘Marco Polo’ to help kick your memory.
Salvatore’s Restaurant offers you an opportunity to consider if it matches your budget or not before you enter by displaying a menu that indicate prices right in front of the restaurant. That’s fair enough to let you go somewhere else if you want.
The only thing to keep in mind is that at this restaurant, you get good food that your money deserves. Chef Salvatore Cossu will make sure everything is right at it should be. Some of his meat, fish, and vegetables have been imported
but some is bought new daily by the chef himself.
Its menu features pasta, lasagna, steaks, and a range of daily specials including freshly baked breads which all are made with loving care. Dining at Salvatore’s Restaurant is like being at a special feast at one of your friend’s house – its casual
ambience and friendly service showed us that.
The restaurant opens everyday except Monday, two times at 12 noon – 2.30 pm and 6.30 pm to 11 pm. (On Sunday it closes before 6.30pm)
15 Rasada Rd., Taladyai, PhuketTown,Phuket.
Tel/Fax: +66 (0) 76 225 958 for reservation