Reviews on Contemporary food in Vercurago, Province of Lecco, Italy including Herba Monstrum Brewery, Al Porticciolo 84, Il Torchio Ristorante & Vineria, La Corte di Lucia
4 based on 276 reviews
Very nice always crowded place because of its small size. Really warm and well furnished with raw wood, marbel and stone.Fantastic selection of homebrewed beers.Local and quality food really well presented with some unique proposal (like the sweet fried potatoes).Just one note about the guy which tap beers (one star less for this point): one smile, sometimes, will not ruin your face...
4 based on 277 reviews
This tiny little restaurant is off the beaten path on the eastern shore of Lake Como in Lecco. If you are willing to put in your map time, you will not be disappointed. There were only eight tables set up the night we visited. The menu is all about fish. I am typically a meat person, but still enjoyed the fish preparations. The other members of my family who usually choose fish, thought the meal was outstanding. My oldest son started with the fish sampler and said it was the best fish he had ever eaten (he has eaten a lot). The recommended wine was very good, yet inexpensive. Multiple hand prepared deserts were brought out on a cart and served from there. We couldn't pass up. The chef came out and visited with us for 10-15 minutes after our meal. The restaurant is a family affair started by his mom and dad in 1984 and still located in his parents home, although he now lives upstairs, cooks, and runs the restaurant. Reservations are a must. If you find yourself on the eastern side of the lake, give this gem your patronage.
4 based on 215 reviews
DYNAMIC AND CONTEMPORARY CUISINE IL TORCHIO offers a dynamic and contemporary cuisine, inspired by tradition, simplicity and creativity. Focused on seafood (but not only), the menu offers dishes whose origin comes from the traditional preparations and pro
Excellent food. Only sea food and fish, few plates, but exceptional. We had ravioli with shrimps, tuna tartare, turbot and fritto misto. All fresh and great.Deserts also fantastic- try the pear tart with chocolate. House wine also so nice.The guy who served us was so kind, had avery nice british accent and spoke english perfectly.The best cuisine in the area!
4 based on 133 reviews
After a friend's recommendation, we decided to try this restaurant. It is slightly out of the city centre, but worth the extra effort.The restaurant serves delicious dishes and presents them right. The two of us shared a starter of smoked duck breast sliced and served with citrus sauce. For my first course I had ravioli with ricotta and pistachio, topped with whipped mozzarella di bufala and shrimp. It was truly innovative and delicious.We had no room left for second courses, but the owner offered us cream puffs stuffed with vegetables served in a saffron sauce. Again the plate was delicious.With a half bottle of Tuscan wine and water, we paid 60 Euro total for two of us.
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