This restaurant is hidden away in the backstreets of Lecce but well worth seeking out.
No outside seating and a traditional and slightly dark interior but what delicious food!
We stopped for a well earned lunch after pounding Lecce's streets. We started with a plate of local hams and cheeses and then selected the day's special pasta with shrimps and asparagus. We finished with the most delicious green apple "tarte tatin" with ice cream and caramel.
The service was a little off hand but this is a restaurant which appeals equally to tourists an dlocals which is unusual in Lecce.
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