Lucca

★★★★☆

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Poor quality ingredients and lack luster menu. Can get better at chain restaurants. It smells bad in there -- fishy and stinky. Cool interior but it doesn't make up for the poor food and bad smells.

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Poor quality ingredients and lack luster menu. Can get better at chain restaurants. It smells bad in there -- fishy and stinky. Cool interior but it doesn't make up for the poor food and bad smells.

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Excellent menu- very creative. Used quality incredients in an interesting way. Very Pricey, but I think you get what you pay for. Excellent Ecellent service. Come as you are, no need to dress up.

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Excellent menu- very creative. Used quality incredients in an interesting way. Very Pricey, but I think you get what you pay for. Excellent Ecellent service. Come as you are, no need to dress up.

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Lucca opened a couple of years ago with the rebirth of the East Village and has quickly risen to the top of great restaurants in Des Moines. With their prixe fixe course you chose a first (primi) and second (secondi) course, which is enough to fill you up, but try to save room for a cheese course to round off your evening.

Lucca has the BEST scallops in town, hands down. We've also enjoyed their egg dishes in the primi course and their beef is always decadent. The menu changes seasonally, but is consistently delicious.

The atmosphere is great for an East Village spot and reminds me of a place in DC's Adams Morgan district.

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Lucca opened a couple of years ago with the rebirth of the East Village and has quickly risen to the top of great restaurants in Des Moines. With their prixe fixe course you chose a first (primi) and second (secondi) course, which is enough to fill you up, but try to save room for a cheese course to round off your evening.

Lucca has the BEST scallops in town, hands down. We've also enjoyed their egg dishes in the primi course and their beef is always decadent. The menu changes seasonally, but is consistently delicious.

The atmosphere is great for an East Village spot and reminds me of a place in DC's Adams Morgan district.

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