The restaurant is nice in its environment. The taste is average, though. The service is good without delay.
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My wife and I shared a wonderful meal with friends for our first meal in Boston at Lucca Back Bay. I started with linguini which was a bit spicy but good. The stars of the show were our side dishes of sweet potatoes, Murray’s and...More
The food was very good. They have a rigatoni dish that was amazing but everyone in my party got different items and really enjoyed their dinner. Portions are reasonable. Ambiance is very nice. Unfortunately our server, I believe his name was Mark, was just so-so....More
The food was average and overpriced for what you got. Service was average and the atmosphere loud. We went on a Saturday evening and they were maybe 10 tables filled. I love Italian food and this is not it, Will not go back.
Lucca Back Bay was chosen for convenience, as it was near the convention center. The restaurant itself was very nice/presentable, typical of a signature restaurant found in a large hotel. The menu was somewhat limited, but everything appeared fresh, including the bread. I ordered Tagliatelle,...More
A good selection of Italian food with daily specials. I settled on the salmon with a side salad and both were excellent. Service was prompt and polite and the visual atmosphere of the restaurant was excellent. Oh, but the noise! For a place that has...More
Wide wine selection and varied menu offers something for almost everyone The gnocchi appetizer was the best I have ever had Ravioli was very good but not great The oysters I would pass in next tine Pasta with duck Lamb all excellent Fabulous experience
we had a reservation but arrived early and decided to get seats on the corner of the bar instead, where we could watch the Celtics game too. The bartender was very friendly, knowledgable, and attentive. The gnocchi appetizer was amazing! The linguini with shrimp was...More
There were lots of items on the menu that were attractive. I had the fettuccine with garlicky shrimp in a slightly spicy tomato based sauce. The shrimp were v. good, no shells, cooked just right but distinctly lacking in garlic flavor. The fettuccine was nicely...More
We all had a wonderful time and had no problem being served in a timely and gracious manner. The food at Lucca is always good. But to be able to serve 14 with choices off the menu and then deliver separate checks for all was...More