La Fedda Rossa Osteria in Matera is located in a small square along Via del Corso, the main street of the historic center on the plan of the City of the Sassi. It’s secluded but central location makes it possible to enjoy the atmosphere and life of Matera’s historic center while eating in peace and quiet, enjoying the best products of the local culinary tradition.
La Fedda Rossa during the winter is a warm and cozy rustic eatery with about 30 covers.
During warm weather it has a large, well-equipped outdoor area in the small square dominated by the statue of St. Eligius, protector of animals, adjacent to the 17th-century church of St. Eligius.
La Fedda RossaFedda Rossa is bread toasted on both sides, seasoned with tomatoes, oregano, garlic, oil and salt.
It is a typical dish of poor cuisine that was eaten at any time of the day to alleviate hunger or to replace lunch or dinner.
A simple dish but one that if made with the right tomatoes, genuine oil, garlic and fresh oregano can become a gourmet dish.
This is the philosophy of La Fedda Rossa restaurant, simplicity combined with quality.