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Le Bocche

Le Bocche Review

At the end of the Portovenere promontory in the shadow of San Pietro, this is the village's most exclusive and possibly most delicious restaurant. The menu consists of only the freshest in-season fish, prepared with a creative touch, such as marinated tuna encrusted with pistachios. The setting is romantic and unique, as you feel almost immersed in the Mediterranean. The dinner menu is quite expensive (as is the lengthy wine list), but you can get a real deal at lunch with a limited but equally good menu at lower prices.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Nov.–Feb.
Updated: 04-04-2013

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