Best Contemporary restaurants nearby. Discover the best Contemporary food in Lecce. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Contemporary restaurants near you.. Lecce (Italian: [ˈlettʃe] ( listen) or locally [ˈlɛttʃe]; Sicilian: Lecci, Griko: Luppìu, Latin: Lupiae, Ancient Greek: Λουπίαι) is a historic city of 95,766 inhabitants (2015) in southern Italy, the capital of the province of Lecce, the second province in the region by population, as well as one of the most important cities of Apulia. It is the main city of the Salentine Peninsula, a sub-peninsula at the heel of the Italian Peninsula and is over 2,000 years old.
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5 based on 244 reviews
Italian cuisine. 3 Rane offers a fine dining version of traditional italian dishes. Every dishes is cooked express with top quality and,when possible, organic and biologic ingredients. Maurizio Raselli is an 'artisan chef', he chooses on daily basis the s
We just spent 3 weeks in Italy and dined at a number of mid and high range restaurants each night and most days for lunch. My husband and I rate this restaurant as our number one choice for a number of reasons:- the host/waiter's (Giovanni) service was impeccable, the bread was all freshly made and delicious. We opted for the a la carte menu and each dish was fantastic. The price was very, very reasonable. We also had a great Puglian red Primitivo wine, very good and very reasonably price. Only 6 tables. You can see the creativity and care that goes into the food. We highly recommend this restaurant.
4 based on 596 reviews
"Crianza For Food Lovers" is a Gourmet & Street Restaurant. Our mission is to show to our guest what our mother heart is giving to us, all the good product the it can produce. We select the best ingredients, biologic, sustainable and for sure with the bes
We love Crianza. We spent Christmas week in Lecce and this restaurant was one of a few that stayed open for guests. It is an informal place, run by a lovely young couple who take pride in their food. I can't say enough good things about. Good salads and sandwiches, all made with good ingredients. We liked it well enough to return another evening. It is not fine dining or haute cuisine, but it is excellent food. I definitely recommend it.
5 based on 63 reviews
Elegant restaurant. Italian cuisine of sea and land. Variations in case of allergies and intolerances. Dinner outdoors in summer.
There are excellent restaurants and there are outstanding restaurants, but just occasionally you find one that is in a class of it's own, this is such a place.The food is outstanding and all freshly prepared so you may have to wait a little, but it is so worth it.The wine list was the most reasonable I have ever seen and the choice extensive.The staff are very friendly and the family team provide impeccable service The restaurant is a little hidden away but is worth The hunt Highly recommendedThanks to you, also for the beautiful photos of our outdoor! The freshness of the dishes is our constant target!
4 based on 837 reviews
Well, Iâm afraid I canât deliver my usual detailed review, concerning Osteria 203, as I didnât take any notes. The reason for this was a low-key incident, involving some fellow diners, whose conduct was at the very least - below par.Forensically inspect the final tally if you must. Have the usual tourist gripe regarding the standard Italian practice of âcopertoâ if you must but please - donât tell me that the reason for this behaviour was the desire to leave more - not less - than the bill requests. For that dear friends would require the table to ask questions such as, âI donât think they have charged us forâ¦â and not âWell I donât recognise thatâ and âDid we really have that many glasses of wineâ? And before anyone accuses me of eavesdropping, let me assure you that my wife and I would have liked nothing more than to NOT hear that loud braying - but it was impossible. Finally, if someone does intervene and asks the questions your lack of language skills prevents you from doing, a response to the friendly statement of âHave a nice tripâ when you leave, would have been polite.So what about the food?Well it was superb. My wife recalls a dish of Burrata, with warm tomates, which she said was delicious and I seem to recall octopus somewhere along the line? I did have a daily special of pork fillet, served in a deliciously creamy sauce. Portion sizes were gargantuan, to the extent that we couldn't even consider a dessert. Iâve even forgotten the name of the Primitivo I ordered but it was given the seal of approval from the owner and at â¬30 for an award winning bottle - a bargain. Service from the young, attentive waitress was superb. She did speak English but unfortunately was in the kitchen at the time of the âdiscussionsâ. As the party of five misanthropes left, the table at which they sat was moved to make-up a table for eight and pretty soon, the place was packed with locals. Soon after, yet another party arrived and were seated in the back room. This is all you need to know about Osteria 203 - a very popular locals favourite. Go there - you will definitely not be disappointed and most definitely NOT âripped-offâ. Thoroughly recommended.
4 based on 415 reviews
Tormaresca Vino & Cucina is a casual, social dine-in experience featuring Italian comfort staples native to the region. The menu showcases simple, delicious dishes made exclusively with local ingredients -including a fresh selection of fish and mussels -
On a recent visit to Lecce my wife and I had the pleasure of eating here. Even though it was close to the afternoon closing time, the staff readily accommodated us for a late lunch. The food was very good - the Lampini and pomodorini scatarrati were excellent.
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