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    Lucca
  • 7 reviews in total

When and where: 1970-01-01 -

Overall: Value: Ambiance: Service: Food:

Where do you begin with this restaurant? I have been going every 6 months for about 5 yrs. The first time the steak was overcooked and the waiter refused to do anything about it. For a restaurant that charges a premium it's enough to never go back. Admittedly, all my future visits have been fabulous. The steak, prime-rib,shrimp cocktail,steak tar-tar,mahi-mahi and side dishes are extra-ordinary. It's impossible to give the steak a perfect 10 since it is not the best steak house in N.A. I have had better at: Peter Luger - NY Bern's - Tampa Wollensky's at the Plaza And believe it or not...a $15 steak at Lone-star steakhouse in Phoenix was comparable because of their unique cooking method. Like the owner says...It's a place to spend big or stay home!
Comment submitted June 14, 2011
When and where: 1970-01-01 -

Overall: Value: Ambiance: Service: Food:

A very good hotel restaurant that stands out by itself. Ideal for couples who want to spend time at the bar for an apertif and then enjoy a great dinner. Portions could be better but the quality and freshness are above average. I have been in their kitchen area and it is very clean and organized!!! Consistency is good since they take pride in each dish.
Comment submitted June 14, 2011
When and where: 1970-01-01 -

Overall: Value: Ambiance: Service: Food:

One of my favorite Montreal restaurants. I have had the Veal Chop and the Seafood Pasta on many occasions. The consistency of food quality, cooking, and service make Lucca the best Italian restaurant in Little Italy. Have the chocolate lava cake, it's comparable to Cafe Ferrera on Peel. The menu choices are always innovative, since you order from a blackboard of market fresh items.

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Comment submitted June 14, 2011
When and where: 2005-04-20 - Verses

Overall: Value: Ambiance: Service: Food:

A very good hotel restaurant that stands out by itself. Ideal for couples who want to spend time at the bar for an apertif and then enjoy a great dinner. Portions could be better but the quality and freshness are above average. I have been in their kitchen area and it is very clean and organized!!! Consistency is good since they take pride in each dish.
Comment submitted April 20, 2005
When and where: 2005-04-20 - Cincin

Overall: Value: Ambiance: Service: Food:

One of my favorite Italian restaurants. Quality compares to Lucca in Montreal. Prices are a little high but it is worth the stretch since the quality and freshness is amazing. The ambiance is excellant and the wait staff professional. Recommended Dish: Veal chop with demi-glaze sauce. Try the scallops!!!
Comment submitted April 20, 2005
When and where: 2005-04-20 - Queue de Cheval

Overall: Value: Ambiance: Service: Food:

Where do you begin with this restaurant? I have been going every 6 months for about 5 yrs. The first time the steak was overcooked and the waiter refused to do anything about it. For a restaurant that charges a premium it's enough to never go back. Admittedly, all my future visits have been fabulous. The steak, prime-rib,shrimp cocktail,steak tar-tar,mahi-mahi and side dishes are extra-ordinary. It's impossible to give the steak a perfect 10 since it is not the best steak house in N.A. I have had better at: Peter Luger - NY Bern's - Tampa Wollensky's at the Plaza And believe it or not...a $15 steak at Lone-star steakhouse in Phoenix was comparable because of their unique cooking method. Like the owner says...It's a place to spend big or stay home!
Comment submitted April 20, 2005
When and where: 2005-04-20 - Lucca

Overall: Value: Ambiance: Service: Food:

One of my favorite Montreal restaurants. I have had the Veal Chop and the Seafood Pasta on many occasions. The consistency of food quality, cooking, and service make Lucca the best Italian restaurant in Little Italy. Have the chocolate lava cake, it's comparable to Cafe Ferrera on Peel. The menu choices are always innovative, since you order from a blackboard of market fresh items.
Comment submitted April 20, 2005
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