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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Leccabaffi Restaurant Review: Leccabaffi, which roughly translates to lick your mustache, is an Italian colloquialism equivalent to our own finger-lickin' good. It's also an apt description of the regional Italian food. Begin with Verdure di Campagna, a dazzling array of marinated, grilled and sautéed vegetables laid out on a sideboard, then follow up with a Roman specialty of gnocchetti, ladled with a fondue of Gruyère and Fontina cheeses. There's veal loin stuffed with truffles, fresh rabbit sautéed with garlic, white wine and rosemary, and for dessert, hazelnut semifreddo. After a night at Leccabaffi, the Italian-American dishes other restaurants serve begin to look pretty tame.