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Located in the beautiful Robertson Walk, dining at Lucca's Trattoria was straight out of Italy. The vibe was right - chill with a lively ambience. The Calzone pizza that we had was amazing, and was meaty and flavourful. The dark chocolate orange gelato is a...must have if you are a chocolate lover and fond of rich flavours. Last but not least, the service was great - Alisa was really friendly, helpful and cheerful, and was prompt in providing recommendations and help when needed. Would definitely come again!More
We spend a few days in Florence in Dec 2019 and absolutely love the food from popular Trattorias like Dall’ Oste, Mario & Zaza. We recently found out about this Italian restaurant and decided to try it.
Our thoughts on the dishes we ordered.
Crostini...- really reminds us of Florence. The chicken liver pâté doesn’t have any or very mild irony taste... full of flavour and creamy.. must try
Caprese - it’s good version no complaints
Tuscan soup - prefer the ones we had in florence but this is not bad too
Bolognese- Wished they had traditional pasta with Ragu like in Trattoria Mario where it’s more of a meat sauce without tomatoes overpowering it
Bistecca- Delicious beefy flavour, love gnawing on the bone, the sauce that came with it had a really good beefy umami flavour. It would be slightly better if they charred the beef more for a better crust.... must try
Gelatos- We had pistachio & hazelnut... creamy yummy goodness
Will return againMore
Dreadful. Spaghetti looked and tasted like it had been reheated numerous times - dry and strange colour. Pappardelle was either every broken remain from the bottom of a bag or had been chopped to pieces prior to serving - plus watery. Main courses brought out...whilst still eating starters. Don’t bother .More
I enjoyed the lasagna. quattro formaggi...umm.. not sure i’ll order it again. Their cocktail selections, it’s a winner. ordered 4 different types ( sorry, forgot the names), i enjoyed them all👍
That’s why I’m rating them 4.
There are a good number of Italian restaurants here but my dinner companion chose this particular one as he was familiar with its offerings. Not knowing any better, I agreed.
Indoor and outdoor tables are available, and we chose to have our meal indoors. From...the outside, the restaurant did not look very spacious, but once inside and as I turned a corner, there were more tables. I was very curious about the ceiling though, and you would know what I mean when you see it. Feeling a tad hungry and due to our fondness for sharing dishes, we started with the Garlic Bread, followed by the Salmon and Spinach Pizza and Pan-seared Salmon. All three dishes were well cooked and I could not complain. Dessert was from the selection of gelatos in a counter. If you like, there is a small retail section by the entrance where pasta and sauces are for sale.
Overall, the meal was excellent and the service pleasant. Having said that, I might just pop in again one fine day.More
Nice food and good range of wine. Great to have an Italian gelato there n pizza was nice. Tried the rabbit stew pasta too as not lot of places do rabbit stew in Singapore. Will definitely go back again to this cozy restaurant with friendly...staff.More
We were lured here by the very favourable TripAd reviews. The best thing about our lunch was the outstanding waitress Son - extraordinarily friendly, full of energy, and exceptionally efficient. The other nice thing about Lucca’s is that it’s also a mini retail shop, and...you can buy their wine at 20% discount for immediate consumption. We only ordered signature dishes. The most important thing in Italian cuisine is quality of the ingredients. Yet, the mussels were not fresh, and that was masked by the mediocre sauce. Pasta is supposed to be cooked al dente, but the squid ink was overcooked (too soft) while the pappardelle was undercooked (too hard)! Sauces were good. All reviewers rave about the calzone. They must not have had calzone before, because this one is quite meh! Ultimately, with Italian food, you get what you pay for. So, either pay up and go to Garibaldi, Basilico, Braci, Art, or Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse for steaks, or just go to Pizza Express lah! Even with the Entertainer offer and in spite of the charming Son, we won’t go back anytime soon.More