One of the best restaurants in the area, providing top quality, well cooked, authentic Italian food, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
The menu features some Sardinian specialities that many of our customers had never tried before they came here - like our wonderful Sardinian bread - Pane Carasatu, various home made pastas, wild boar, fish dishes and of course, our house speciality - slowly roasted Suckling Piglet. Our delicious food is complimented by a selection of the very best wines from Sardinia and Italy
Together with the stylish, minimalist décor you will find that eating at Pepe Sale is an authentic Sardinian dining experience - and all at an affordable price.
Staff at Pepe Sale pride themselves on giving all our customers an opportunity to experience genuine Italian hospitality. We look forward to your visit!
- Vegetarian Dishes
- Gluten Free Diets Catered For
- Homemade Pasta
- Daily Specials
- Pasta Lunch Menu
- Set Party Menu
- Xmas Menu
- Gift Vouchers Available
- American Express
- Visa Electron
We accept Cheque, Cash, Credit Cards
Pepe Sale - Ashes to Ashes
19/06/2011 by mirrorsmoke
The title was not intended as some kind of last rites to this restaurant. It was more because, shortly after my only visit to this place, I remember watching Ashes to Ashes on BBC1 where Gene Hunt frequents an Italian restaurant which Pepe Sale resembles. Not for where it is located. Queens Walk is an ugly crime of 60's/70's architecture and Pepe Sale has mistakenly chosen to remain there for 10 odd years. But the vibe is definitely not turn of the century. The checkered floor and bright decor scream 1980 and are annoying. The service is excellent and very welcoming. The food is of a high standard but doesn't really stand out especially as you end up questioning the value on the bill. The wine is expensive. It's a good restaurant and definitely worth consideration if you are planning a special night out but be prepared for the expense and, more importantly, try booking at Nino's first. An aside for Pepe Sale, it's location is awful. To make serious money they need to get away from this desolate part of the town centre that faces arguably the roughest part of Reading.Report this
Food excellent but location not great
06/11/2010 by Revstar
This is a lovely independent restaurant that finds itself in an unfortunate position, between the hexagon and end of broad street. Food is good and if I were going to see an event at the Hexagon this would be my choice for a pre-show dinner.Report this