Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Lleida, Province of Lleida, Spain. Lleida (Catalan: [ˈʎɛjðə], locally [ˈʎejðɛ]; Spanish: Lérida [ˈleɾiða]) is a city in the west of Catalonia, Spain. It is the capital city of the province of Lleida.
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4 based on 325 reviews
My friend and I stopped by this restaurant in order to celebrate my 65th birthday. It was an impressive choice. We chose the menu del dia and enjoyed it tremendously. From soup to dessert, the food was freshly made with a delicate touch. Even the beers were delicious craft beers which I found nowhere else.
4 based on 449 reviews
The best bravas in Lleida. Quality food, excellent tapas and platters. Everything is cooked to perfection, portions are more than generous and the place has a familiar feel all over. Only problem would be getting a table on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday as the place gets crowded but this is due to excellent food and great prices. Do check it out!
4 based on 273 reviews
Menu on a Saturday for 20â¬ or 25â¬ including drinks. Original dishes, pasta with a pesto of beetroot, needed to be a bit bigger the portion and hotter, it was only just warm. Followed by a vegetable hamburger, which seemed to be more like a potato burger with bits of vegetables, I wasn't very impressed. The desserts were better and nicely presented, unfortunately if you don't want a dessert and ask for a hot beverage they were not willing to exchange 1 for the other. My friends were not impressed that they had to pay extra for a coffee and a tea.I would go back if ever I was in Lledia again, but I have a better idea of some of the dishes served.
4 based on 278 reviews
Comfortable, relaxed, friendly, laidback and gently lively with a chalkboard menu that reads like a foodie's hymn sheet.Maybe thehams hanging from every away hook are a giveaway...the very best jamon iberica certainly, but equally the wine list doesn't disappoint either.Nice staff, freindly and helpful but not over the top,enjoy.Go with friends, go with family, but definitely go :)
4 based on 327 reviews
This restaurant is much better inside that out. Generally a place to go to with a recomendation. If you're in Lleida at midday, its well worth a visit for a menu lunch. An initial tapa, two good courses, desert, vine, water and bread for 10.50 euros is very good value for money. Plently of options in each course and very good presentation of each plate.
4 based on 283 reviews
So of course being ugly Brit-Americans we arrive at 20:00 and were the first to be seated. Very energetic waitress was full of recommendations but trust me, Iâve had Lleida snails before and while I survived, was not anxious to repeat. We did order many dishes from padron peppers to eggplant to croquetas and more, and then devoured two entrecÃ´tes. Way more food than my doctor would advise but all was well received and well prepared. Place got really busy by 21:30 so if you plan to eat at normal Spanish hours Iâd think reservations are a must.Thank you so much for your opinion!!! Best regards!
4 based on 402 reviews
We were really well advised by our waitress of options, recommendations and detail, so we were able to make good choices. Among our tapas were incredible crusty bread, fried artichokes, bacalao, a beautifully flavoured rice with cepes and pork, and fried eggs and potatoes to die for.Added to good wine choice, and the many other tapas we missed out on, this is a place I wouldnât hesitate to queue for, although we were there at 20.30, so had a choice of tables.
4 based on 277 reviews
Small restaurant moved to the center of Lleida, near the Old Cathedral and the National Parador. BistrÃ³ style, with a Mediterranean products base, beautiful, romantic and accompanied by ambient music.
They offer single dishes for 10â¬ average. We ordered 2 dishes by person sharing everything and we were full.The foie bombons were worst then we thought. The tuna was very tasty. The octopus was delicious. The bull tail was the best dish for me: really tender and tasty. The burgers could be replaced by another option since they were not at the level of the menu. And the coulant was a bit dry.The waiter and the chef were very nice and they were very attentive.The whole meal (6 dishes) with 1 beer, 1 glass of wine, 1 glass of cava and 1 coffe were about 70â¬.The local is beautiful and 1 complaint: it is very hard to wash your hands on the bathroom. I will come back to try the rest of the menu.
4 based on 524 reviews
It is my second time here and everything is delicious!! First courses are just a pleasure for our senses. The meat is tender and it melts in your mouth. The desert is the best end possible of a meal. If you are a foodie, Ferreruela is a must.
4 based on 530 reviews
We passed by this place in the afternoon, knocked the door and made a reservation for the same evening.Returned and were treated to a very good dinner, good wine and excellent service. I believe the staff is comprised of three gentlemen including the chef and they were around talking, smiling and very helpful even through our Spanish is limited.We had a special lobster salad - is was superb. Portions are very large so one or for sure two appetizers are plenty for three people if you want to leave room for the main courses and maybe sharing a dessert.
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