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Kosher, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Dinner, Lunch, Brunch
Italian, European
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service
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Reviewed June 23, 2020

Having come here a year after the last visit. Wanted to try the other two dishes. I was convinced that in this place the cook knows how to work with pasta. All four dishes (past and present) that I have tried are magnificent: The rich...and pleasantly viscous taste of pasta with mushrooms and cheese. Or a little hard pieces of other type with a rich flavor of green pesto. Or a little rye aftertaste of another pasta with mushrooms... One of a couple of places from all that I have visited, where pasta is treated so TASTY. This time I decided to drink cider. And my apple and pear for my wife turned out to be quite a good solution for such dishes as an alternative to white wine.More

Date of visit: June 2020
Reviewed December 16, 2019

we live near the reastaurant and eat there a once every few months whenever we feel like italian. all the dishes are very tasty and service is good

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed July 5, 2019 via mobile

My cousin took me to this delightful dairy restaurant in Ramat Gan for lunch during my one free day in Israel after a business conference. He recommended the pasta dishes. I ordered a fettuccine and also a Risotto to sample the specialties. Both were excellent....The mushroom Risotto was exceptional; probably the first time I’ve ever had it cooked just right. The service here was quite good and attentive. The environment is laid back and comfortable. This is really a lovely place to have lunch or dinner in Ramat Gan.More

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed June 16, 2019

This is very sleepy town, at 10:00 the streets are empty and deserted. We met at 9:00 and this place was still opened. My fiend had the pasta and I had a salad, it was a large portion and freshly cut, was very good salad....We sat outside it was pleasant the service lady was attentive and the price was very reasonableMore

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed April 29, 2019

This little restaurant for couple dozen people is a little beat on side from center square that is on Bialik street(There are a lot of different shops for shopping, after what you can visit that restaurant to have some rest). ...Generally I liked that place....It was felt like a small piece of Italian atmosphere. Simple but comfortable furniture, wall pots with flowers, without noise (a small capacity gives a rest from any noise). ...The dishes that we ordered(lasagna for my wife and risotto for me) were tasty. I tried wife's lasagna a little and it was according to the usual tasty. I liked more what I ordered: It tasted reminiscent of slightly rye beans with the fleshy pulp of mushrooms. I also liked the white wine, which we were advised. By the way, the waitress was kind and knowledgeable in what provides this place. Overall I would rate the place at 8 out of 10.More

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed December 4, 2018

This is an Italian gem in a very unlikely place. If you are on Bialik Street, a busy shopping street in the heart of Ramat Gan, it is worth your while to stop in for a pasta meal to La Cucina Pasta Bar at number...59 on the corner of Nordeau. We were there for the second time and had excellent service both times without having to wait for our delicious meals of pasta with thick sauces which were reasonably priced. I recommend the "Pasta Carciofo"(artichoke sauce) with chunks of artichoke. My picture of the red pasta was Pasta Selek (beets) and was almost as good. Of note is that every pasta dish on the menu can be prepared with their singular gluten-free pasta. The number of Italian restaurants throughout the world that serve their dishes with GF pasta can be listed on the fingers of one hand. The only reason I did not give La Cucina 5 stars was the inside serving area was crowded and the outside serving area, though much roomier, was noisy.More

Date of visit: December 2018
Reviewed September 18, 2018 via mobile

Ate a wonderful meal here yesterday with my spouse. We had the yummy stuffed mushrooms and capreza salad to start. The cannelloni with cheese and mushrooms as well as the raviolli with sage butter. Both were amazing! Their special creme brulee was excellent! We enjoyed...our refreshing iced mint lemonade. Will come again.More

Date of visit: September 2018
Reviewed January 30, 2018

We reserved for a Sunday evening, as a family of five. The restaurant is rather small, but attractive. The service was prompt, friendly and personal. One major detractor: the heating did not really work, so we were a bit uncomfortable on this cold winter evening....We started with a bruschetta with cheese; it was tasty, if a bit salty, and not quite hot enough. We ordered five different main dishes: four pastas and one soup. They were all very tasty and reasonably filling; of all, I'd say that the pasta funghi (mushrooms) was the best, followed by the pasta carcioffo (if I'm pronouncing that correctly); the puttanesca was also good. Again, the chefs were a bit heavy-handed on the salt... for the life of me, I can't understand why they don't let the patrons add salt to their liking! We ordered two desserts; good, but not spectacular. The check was reasonable for the quality and quantity of our food. As for kashrut, this restaurant is under Hashgacha Pratit, the alternative certification organization. The certificate is plainly visible. This alternative to the Rabbanut is OK with our strictly Orthodox rabbi, so of course it's fine by us. We would definitely recommend this restaurant. However, I'd recommend asking the waiter to have the chef go very light on the salt.More

Date of visit: January 2018
Reviewed November 24, 2017 via mobile

A small place in an area with little food locations. It offers pasta with very creatice sauceses, salads and typical italian first dishes. It is very fresh and very creatice sauceses: pairs in red one with blue chesse (on the pasts!), beetroot sauce, and many...more unusual combination - but extremly tasty! There sre some traditional options but I strongly recommend to try the less traditoonal options. The only problem I had (beside finding parking) is that by noon quite a few of the options were already not available. That is strange... Staff is friendly and quick. This is my second visit and we will come again.More

Date of visit: November 2017
Reviewed March 26, 2017 via mobile

very good food the place offer a lot of pasta dishes. the restuarant is not expenssive and serve high quality food. you can see the cook of your dish

Date of visit: March 2017
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