La Barca di Mario

Via Santa Maria del Paradiso 73100 Lecce Italy Map
Average price €30.00
8,4 /10
211 reviews
134 reviews

Restaurant prices

Average à la carte price
€30.00
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)

Drink prices

  • €3.00
    Bottle of mineral water
  • €3.00
    Glass of wine
  • €10.00
    En flaske vin
  • €6.00
    Glass of champagne
  • €45.00
    Bottle of champagne
  • €1.00
    Coffee
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.

How to get to the restaurant La Barca di Mario

Opening time

Pranzo: dal giovedi alla domenica dalle 12:30 alle 15:30
Cena: dal lunedi alla domenica dalle 19:30 alle 23:30

Services

  • Credit Card , Luncheon voucher , Mastercard , Visa
  • English spoken , French spoken , Pets allowed , Wheelchair Accessible , Wifi
Very good
8,4 /10
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
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    50
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  • < 7
    28
Food
8,7
Service
8,3
Setting
8
Value for price
Interesting
Noise level
Quiet
Waiting time
Correct
8/211 reviews
Chris T.
Adventurer
(2 reviews)
Average Rating
8 /10
Food
8
Service
8
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 9 Sep 2018
excellent seafood restaurant. Well worth a visit.
Fresh whole fish and many other options. Only seafood or vegetarian. Small list of good wines, all available by the (generous) glass.
Geert V.
(1 review)
Average Rating
9,5 /10
Food
10
Service
10
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 28 Jun 2018
Pleasantly surprised by this new fish restaurant.. we chose 3 platters: the antipasti misti, the seafood plate and the raw fish plate, and shared these with the two of us. Highly recommended! Though the catch of the day looked really fresh and delicious, we decided not to order a main course.
Philippe V.
Foodie
(15 reviews)
Average Rating
8 /10
Food
8
Service
8
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 27 Apr 2018
Un bon moment.
richard D.
Explorer
(4 reviews)
Average Rating
5 /10
Food
4
Service
6
Setting
6
  • Meal date : 22 Apr 2018
An off-Sunday night I hope. Starters of mussels and aubergine plus reasonably priced Primitivo put up hopes dashed by a disastrous under,-cooked under-salted risotto, and the group comprised several gourmets who have had many a risotto.
The patron took them off the bill but one would not rush to return,. A shame but competition is strong
s. del prete D.
Adventurer
(1 review)
Average Rating
9,5 /10
Food
10
Service
10
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 9 Apr 2018
Ottimo
Magrit N.
Adventurer
(1 review)
Average Rating
9,5 /10
Food
10
Service
10
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 21 Dec 2017
We had a fantastic choice of different fish antipasti (cold, warm, fried and raw). The combination of flavours was very mediterranean with tomatoes, olives, capers and zests of oranges. The fish was realy very fresh and tasty. This rich antipasti was followed by a gorgeous fish soup and a portion of pasta (paccheri) with a spicy tomatoe and fish sauce. It was unforgettable. The personnel was very friendly an well informed. We followed their counseils and were very satisfied.
Brian O.
Conqueror
(8 reviews)
Average Rating
10 /10
Food
10
Service
10
Setting
10
  • Meal date : 18 Nov 2017
A small restaurant, with a nice atmosphere ,good service. I must recommend the mussels as a starter... amazingly good. Contained pricing, fish only of course.
Susan G.
Explorer
(2 reviews)
Average Rating
3,5 /10
Food
2
Service
6
Setting
4
  • Meal date : 22 Sep 2017
We believed TripAdvisor.. The staff were nice enough. The menu was in Italian, English and French. It's behind a building on one of the main streets, next to one of the dozens of churches in Lecce. I had broad bean purée, which I've had 3 times in 3 days because I like it(!). This version was bland and had green peppers and olive oil on it instead of the local recipe with chicory. My friend had mussels, which were cooked well but a little bland as opposed to the ingredients promised on the menu. The mains were dreadfully disappointing, though. I had fried fish with julienne vegetables, which turned out to be floured and deep fried calamari, baby squid and octopus with floured and deep fried vegetables. Subsequently the whole dish tasted identical. Sadly the various forms of octopus were also rubbery. I stopped eating after a few minutes. My friend had the impressively titled Gallipoli Crevettes. There were 6 of them for 15 Euros. They kindly didn't charge for my main.
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