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I have been an occasional customer of La Lucciola for more than twenty years. Not much has changed in that time ... even the waiters are the same and they don’t seem to age ... and I doubt much will change in the next twenty...More
It IS the place the locals go to eat. The food was delicious and the atmosphere like family. I got lasagna that tasted like it had been made with ground veal because the meat was so tender and flavorful. My husband ordered (of course) the...More
I went for diner and I loved the ambiance : the place is nice, there were children and old people, a lot of conversations, a lot of life in a place where you are very well welcomed then served and where other customers are polite...More
I understand that going to Italy to eat pizza, it is not exactly exciting...but you should try the pizza from this restaurant....variety of different toppings, and incredible flavors.
The service was great, all the staff was very nice to us and I will go back...More
Have been to La Lucciola, opposite the station, a few times, as there are not many restaurants open on a Monday night in Biella. Always very busy with locals and a typical Italian atmosphere. The Focacce with Parma ham, Ruccola and Parmigiana, sprinkled with Olive...More
Busy place on a Thursday evening late February. The pizza with Boletus mushroom was very good, and the serivce was also good. But.... drum roll.... "Tarta chocolata" (spelling??) which looked like a lonely slice of dry cake was out of this world. Order some Limincello...More
Had dinner with several friend on a weeknight in June. The place is always very busy, however I am not quite sure why. Decided to have their fish fry (frittura mista), which seemed quite sparse and was not very tasty. We were not the last...More
We went to the City center on a Tuesday evening to look for a dinner place. The town seems to be deadly quiet in the evening and most restaurants were closed even. Ended up in this hidden place where all the locals came in as...More