The Weekender media …. “Imagine flying all the way to a small, little-known city in Tuscany only to find another fellow Singaporean. That’s what happened to Chef Wayne and Simon Seah, the Managing Director if Lucca’s Trattoria. The bond they shared over simple, authentic Tuscan food was instant and they paired up give Singaporeans a taste of what the city of Lucca has to offer.”
Read the full review here http://weekender.com.sg/w/rustic-italian-fare-luccas-trattoria/
Open Rice Review
” The 70-seater restaurant, which exudes a warm and rustic vibe, prides itself in infusing Cucina alla casalinga (a home-cooked feeling) in its dishes.
Start off with the Ribollita ($6++), which means reboiled in Italian. This Tuscan staple – filled with cannellini beans, vegetables, kale, bread and beef – is a comforting soup that you’ll crave for on a rainy day. ”
Read the full review online at https://www.facebook.com/openrice.sg/posts/1030600033648840
Lifestyle Asia – “Perfect texture and taste”
” This authentic Italian pizza uses a special grade flour flown in from Italy to make the dough, giving it the perfect texture and taste. The use of simple but high quality ingredients such as buffalo mozzarella, prosciutto and rocket leaves makes this a hearty and authentic dish perfect for a snack or main………makes you feel like you’re in a quaint Italian eatery in Tuscany”
MyPaper review on Mar 26 2016
The popular newspapers, MyPaper, reviews the food at Lucca’s Trattoria. Read all about it below.
The Chinese Daily (Zao Bao) visits Lucca’s Trattoria and gives the thumbs-up!
The Singapore Chinese Daily (Zaobao) dines at Lucca’s Trattoria and waxes lyrical about their pleasurable experience. Read more below…
Lucca’s Trattoria was featured in the Sunday Times published on 27 Dec 2015