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Lasagna & Ravioli @ Bertucelli's La Villa

$24.75 (quart of rav and lasagna and drink!)

This has been a south bay hotspot known for years by the locals and those beyond!  Its best to either get here before or after the lunch rush, so 11pm or 1pm, and just hope they haven't run out of ravioli, however it seems that they've increased the production from years past.  The ONLY reason this place gets four stars instead of five is because of the seating.  This is a small store, deli, and there is no seating interior, there is seating however out side in the way of 4 or 5 smallish tables, but again if this place is busy they'll be full, or if weather turns bad, then will be empty but you won't want to sit in the open then huh ;) 

Regardless if you go here at the very minimum get a 1/2 pint of rav, you'll thank me later! :)

  1. Bertucelli's La Villa Gourmet
  2. $$ · Italian Restaurant
  3. Italian deli serving up sandwiches & prepared foods, including its well-known handmade ravioli.
  4. Address: 1319 Lincoln Ave, San Jose, CA 95125
    Open today · 9:30 am – 7:00 pm

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