Luca’s Cucina and Taphouse (Victoria, BC)

There are some gems that come into your life just by sheer luck. I was looking for a place to eat at during my visit to Victoria for WordCamp Victoria 2012. Since I stayed at the Accent Inns near No, Urbanspoon wasn’t helpful and neither was Foursquare. So what I decided was to go for a walk and found Luca’s Cucina and stayed for dinner.

Luca's (Victoria, BC)

Photo credit: Raul Pacheco on Flickr.

I ordered a Chicken Scaloppine (chicken breast, mushrooms, artichokes, capers, prosciutto, lemon butter, at $17.99 for the dinner-size portion, $14.99 for the lunch-size portion this is the regular price point for medium-to-high-end dinner places). You can read their menu here, which is quite varied. And the funny thing is, I was in Victoria to speak at WordCamp Victoria 2012 and the website for Luca’s Cucina and Taphouse is actually built in WordPress.

Luca's (Victoria, BC)

I would strongly recommend Luca’s Cucina and Taphouse. Personally, I found the staff incredibly friendly, the food was to-die-for (and yes, I know it was oily but heck, I love Italian food despite the artery-clogging that comes along with it!). You should check it out next time you’re in Victoria. Near Mayfair Mall.


Disclosure: I paid for my meal on my own dime

Luca's Cucina on Urbanspoon

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Comments (2)

John EspleyJanuary 18th, 2012 at 7:59 am

We also enjoy Luca’s and are glad to have such a popular Italian eatery near our Accent Inn Victoria.
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jennMarch 7th, 2012 at 9:33 pm

they closed down this friday citing the slow economy :(

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