Lucca Ravioli Co.
- Italian Food Products
- Dairy Products
- Payment method:
- cash, all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
- Southeast San Francisco, Mission District
Lucca Ravioli Company
- Italian Restaurants, Delicatessens, Wine, Caterers, Italian Grocery Stores, Gourmet Shops, Mediterranean Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Cuisines: Deli, Mediterranean, Italian, European, Continental
03/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Little Italy in the Mission. You pick a number, get called and make your selections. The meat filled tortellini is approx $8/lb, they have freshly made fettuccine and a couple of other pastas in the deli. In the freezer, you will find spinach, pumpkin and cheese filled ravioli and their pesto sauce. Lots of cheeses and Italian meats (proscuitto, salami) choices. This place reminds me so much of the wonderful North Beach delis from my childhood days, many which are gone now. The counter has 5 servers and they're all friendly and waiting to help you. I found a box of Italian soft nougat candy for almost $8, typically sells for $10 at Victoria's Bakery in North Beach. And they sell Liguria Bakery foccacia bread if you can't make it to North Beach to buy fresh yourself. You can tell the place is frequented by regulars because the staff knows their customers by name.
11/24/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I make my own sauce but love to stop here for the homemade meat ravioli when I feel like eating at home- it is so so so good! All of the guys behind the counter have always been incredibly nice and helpful too. it can get crowded but that just gives you a chance to browse the aisles. I usually end up buying more than I intend. Great place, great service, and great ravioli.
05/15/2005Provided by Citysearch -
I've never been disappointed here! The meat ravioli is made throughout the day (they also have cheese and spinach) and is so wonderfully fresh! I love their meatballs and gravy (aka red sauce), as well as the different focaccia's. Lots of oils, pastas, and other Italian foods to choose from. You'll be served by a gentleman and never overcharged: the prices are fantastic. Get some pasta and some sauce to go, perhaps a sandwich or some bread, and you'll feel like you're eating at grandma's again! Bravo!
02/01/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Lucca has the best meats and cheeses. The raviolis and homestyle sauces make a quick and impressive meal for unexpected dinner guests. (I made them for my mother-in-law and she thought I was a genious in the kitchen.) Don't try and show up on sunday though, they won't be there.