Find out what European restaurants to try in Lerici. Lerici is a town and comune in the province of La Spezia in Liguria (northern Italy), part of the Italian Riviera. It is situated on the coast of the Gulf of La Spezia, 8 kilometres (5 mi) southeast of La Spezia. It is known as the place where the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley drowned. The town is connected by ferry to the Cinque Terre and Portovenere.
Things to do in Lerici
3 based on 114 reviews
Another of those places Italy is full, on budget and good quality. Fish and meat menÃ¹, fool if you don't order fish, the sea is at 15 m. Reasonably quick service, basic but very polite. Simple presentation, what really count here is the food quality. You can have a fish fillet and only taste a drop of excellent olive oil and the fish. The salt is given by the sea. Awesome.
3 based on 157 reviews
Overlooking the sea, staring out over the horizon, your culinary experience will become a truly sensual encounter. Enjoy local dishes which have cultural significance to the area, all prepared expertly by our Chef to the highest standards of quality and f
Stumbled upon this as we escaped from crowded Lerici (parking a nightmare). The sort of place you dream about. Idyllic beach restaurant and "bagno". Food is expensive (eg â¬10 for an ice cream dessert), but you can't complain if you spend most of the day here on the private beach in this beautiful little bay, surrounded by pine trees, with excellent swimming.
4 based on 124 reviews
We had been travelling along the beautiful coast and decided to have a chance visit to Lerici. We came across La Perla with a gentle breeze overlooking the harbour. We ordered some melon and prosciutto, marinated anchovies (both quite acceptable and nicely presented) We were served awfully boring and dry bread, no olive oil. To follow I had an okay fritto misto and my partner had a pizza (nice base, no herbs so a bit bland) but otherwise fine. I had some house wine (not great really). The team who worked there were all very pleasant and helpful. I used the toilets across the road where their the base is and they were clean and acceptable but not if you were disabled as you had to step up to the toilet.
3 based on 406 reviews
This restaurant was recommended by our hotel, for some strange reason. We should have walked away when the first encounter with the waiter was rather strange. She was extremely stressed and unfriendly. The service was terrible through out the night and made us feel uncomfortable. Some of the dishes were ok, but the vegetables were cold (they tasted good), the pasta and the pizza weren't good at all. There was hair in the pizza. The male waiter seemed bothered by our comment about hair in the food, but then the female waiter returned and was almost aggressive and dismissed our feedback completely. We ended up paying full price for poor food and lousy service. Never again!
3 based on 387 reviews
We passed by this lovely outdoor seating area and decided to stop here for lunch while on a day trip to Lerici.We were quickly welcomed by the staff and chose a table with a nice view of the marina.My husband ordered linguine vongole (clams) which was tomato-based while I opted for spaghetti allo scoglio (mussels and clams) in olive oil. Both dishes contained clams with almost 100 per cent of shellfish, were tasty and the pasta cooked perfectly. In addition to the outdoor terrace, the restaurant has a large dining room across the street where the restrooms are located. They were very clean when we visited.Lunch for two pasta dishes, a mixed salad, sparkling water and cover charge (2 euros per person) came to 32 euros.
3 based on 358 reviews
Nice evening out, but I was told I could not eat outside since I was a solo diner. Saturday evening 8:15pm and over half of the outdoor tables were empty. You will not get my business. You are a popular place, but that is not a good way to treat a paying customer.
4 based on 774 reviews
Menu di pesce a prezzo fisso 35 euro per persona Antipasti 8 portate Primo a scelta Secondo a scelta Dolce CaffÃ¨ Amari Vino
There is no menu. What there is, is a stupendous view toward Lerici and, I believe, Portovenere, from their perch high atop a hill. There is also a very friendly family of owners and staff. Several appetizers are brought to the table. Then there is a choice of pasta dishes. After that, there is an entree, wood grilled seafood, the specialty of the restaurant. Then dessert and limoncello or something else. We enjoyed a carafe of a house sparkling wine. It was a fun evening with a great view. Trust the waiter's recommendation. Fernando, and I may have his name wrong, perhaps it is Francisco, asked us to trust him. We did and we enjoyed many local specialties. It was a lot of food, so skip lunch if you decide to try this restaurant.
4 based on 214 reviews
When I asked for the bill, there was none, the meal would be charged to my hotel room, so that was OK: Si deve fare fiducia...This place was recommende to us at our HotelIt was our first night of a long week end at the Golfo dei Poeti. The terrace, the view, the table reservation, the service and the welcome drink were in style. Like in any good Italian restaurant one orders what the chef recommends, if nothing, the menu.There was a mineral water card to choose from, but no San Pellegrino, the one I like. Same went for the the wine card. I asked for the local red wine, which is Rossese. "Local red wine doesn't exist here" was the answer. I chose a well known Piedmont Nebbiolo Ã la carte instead and it was out of stock and the one recommended turned out not to be worth half of its list price but just drinkable.I communicate in Italian. Misunderstandings are excluded.We had the menu, a slice of some sort of tunafish in a crust, plus coffee and a grappa then I asked for the bill. There was no bill, my hotel room number would be charged. I left a generous tip because the kind staff of the restaurant couldn't be blamed for the mediocrity of the meal and I thought having spent a rather nice first evening at a beautiful place for well under hundred EUROs, as per the menu card.I asked again for the bill before saying good bye and got the same answer again, it would be passed to my hotel. Three days later I would discover a room charge for twice the cost of the meal without bill. Very fishy !All this left a bad aftertaste.Fortunately the days after we dined at the Gambero Nero in neighbouring Tellaro, wihich I chose without recommendations, by my own criteria of good Ligurian gastronomy and we were absolutely delighted.Willem & RÃ©gine
4 based on 715 reviews
Locale a pochi metri dal mare con vista su tutto il golfo dei poeti. Piatti dellâantica tradizione lericina si mescolano a piatti di fattura piÃ¹ originale. In estate aperti tutte le sere.
Finally managed to eat here on our last day in Lerici, and were glad we did. It is more elegant than most of the places on the main square, and the view is particularly lovely. The food (bronzino ravioli with a lovely seafood sauce, and fritto misto) was very good. Service friendly and pleasant.
4 based on 1410 reviews
Wonderful seafood and pasta, and a lovely ambiance. The seafood ravioli was particularly good. This is one of two restaurants in Lerici recommended by relatives who spend several months a year in the area. These family-owned places are so welcoming and friendly and the seafood is so fresh. A delight.
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