Excellent service, good food, clean atmosphere. I especially like their swordfish. They also have a nice selection of wine.
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One of the best Italian restaurants I have ever eaten at Small. So get there early or reservations if they take them Great food, great service, nice atmosphere. Kids had gnocchi with pesto I had eggplant parm. All great Many other great items on the...More
Have gone to LoCoco's three times now, first dinner was Clams & Spaghetti, not very flavorful & soupy - Meh, second dinner was Meat Canneloni, this was biggest disappointment, flat pasta with hardly any filling wouldn't order again and last night Raviolis, these were fairly...More
Local restaurant reasonably priced. Excellent Sicilian food. Every dish is good. Their 'focassia"? dinner bread is out of this world. I like their white sauce clam spaghetti and cannelloni with red sauce.
Last night we ordered pizza take out from Lo Coco's Berkeley. This is not our regular pizza parlor, but we wanted to try something new. We called around 7 p.m. on a Friday night to order two large pizzas for pick up. Guess what.... they...More
Every time I have ever eaten there the staff has been friendly and my food has been excellent. Hands down, this is my favorite place to eat.
went with the family and it was adisappointment as we got very good recomendations but the food was not as good as expected. the pizza was everage, the canaloni was less than everage. service nice but slow and in the end it was a bit...More
Strangers recommended this and I had never been or heard of it. Glad I have now. Excellent homemade papparadelle ragú and salad plus tiramisu that was a delight. Whole family participates, two generations contribute nightly. Very homey and welcoming. We enjoyed the hospitality and food...More
Tiny little place on Shattuck - go early if you want the calamari starter - they only make so many each evening. Group of 4 - we all enjoyed our dinners, drinks and lovely ambience. Will go back - early - for the calamari!
A family style gem hidden in a commercial development. Ignore the building it sits in. Lococo's is red sauce Italian-american at it's best.