This place makes the best sandwiches on the freshest bread I had the tri tip on a duchcrunch roll with horse radish, cheddar and a jalapeno bacon. Fabulous
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During our trip to the bay this year, my son and I had lunch at Lucca's for the first time. The sandwiches are awesome. The meats they use are top notch, and their "Dutch crunch" bread is really good. I really liked the spread that...More
Tried Little Lucca for the first time today after landing at SFO. Really excellent old school deli sandwiches. Big! Great value for money. Fresh produce, very decent quality meat... I will be back. Loved the sprouts and pepperoncini!
Wonderful food...cannot beat the sandwiches. The lines are long and things are not well laid out to get customers through at a decent pace...if you have time though it is well worth the wait. The sandwiches are huge and the ingredients are fresh. Give this...More
I used to frequent Luccas back about 15 years ago. I was so happy to reaquaint recently and ot did not disappoint. So basically, what you get is a nice big sandwich that could feed two people if it wasn't so good. But the spreads...More
Absolutely fantastic ,are the words expressed by my wife,and I would have to agree,when we arrived there was only four customers ahead of us,we we're lucky because not soon after we arrived the line began to get much longer,that would tell you just how popular...More
Two of their delicious giant sandwiches are enough to feed three adults and a kid. I was just introduced to the place last week and will be going back the next time I crave a good and meaty deli sandwich.
What can I say... Best sandwiches I've had in Burlingame, though I also go to their location in South San Francisco! Nobody comes close to their offerings, huge sandwiches, hot or cold, and their garlic sauce, which makes their sandwiches very special and delicious! I'm...More
Little Lucca's used to be a highlight in the Burlingame food game, it now consists of unappreciative staff, poor quality food and a dirty tired restaurant. Sadly, skip.