Whilst clearly well established this small, friendly,family run restaurant has recently had the disadvantage of being affected by a new road and a big, ugly restaurant catering to tour buses on the edge of Forza d'Agro. As you drive up into the town it is all too easy to miss 'O Dammuseddu which would be a terrible shame as the food there is excellent. So you don't miss it - as you go up the hill the new road turns to the right; there is a vast restaurant called Il Padrino on the right (all black and red you can't miss it) and 'O Dammuseddu is on the left straight ahead but where there is a No Entry sign! Abandon your car and walk there. It really is worth it. The food is freshly cooked from local produce and is absolutely delicious. You can eat outside on the covered terrace or inside in a small but spotlessly clean restaurant. But be warned - the portions are very generous. We had an antipasti between two of us which was more than enough and we wish we had ordered just one mushroom risotto between the two of us rather than one each. It was such a shame to leave anything as it was so tasty.... but be sure to leave room for a selection of small pastries!
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