Kempinski Moments: Lucca Italian Restaurant

Lucca at Villa Rosa Kempinski is a charming, relaxed restaurant that serves authentic Italian food. Their menu is simple, hearty and you can tell they take a lot of trouble to serve freshly cooked meals and give you an amazing experience.

The head Italian chef, Filippe is one charismatic, bubbly and passionate guy. His energy and passion for food makes it incredibly obvious why Lucca is at the top of the game with regular customers who come to dine the Italian way.

We started off with some Parma ham, salame Milano, mortadella bologna, Prosciutto cotto, Parmesan 30 month aged pecorino Romano, marinated olives and grilled vegetables.

Wine expert Silas paired all our food with wine.

Followed by some freshly baked pizza, risotto and crispy breaded chicken with mushroom sauce.

It wouldn’t be an authentic Italian experience if one didn’t have some room for dessert would it now?

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  1. Avatar Faceless September 9th, 2013 at 8:10 am

    Missing….

    USA – (Bill Clinton, George Bush and Barak Obama) on Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan

    UK – (Tony Blair) on Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan

    France – on Iraq, Afghanistan, Mali, Libya and Ivory Coast

    Israel – on the Palestine
    ICC has locked out volunteer witnesses in the Kenyan case yet the IDPs even those who went through the hardest of atrocities during the 2007 PEV have not been given a chance to be witnesses- so they have said.
    Yet, CORD wants us to believe that ICC is impartial? Very Laughable!!!

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    1. Avatar paulo September 9th, 2013 at 10:11 am

      They have strong courts at home where you can take your case. Mau Mau veteran took case against Britain to UK courts and got a settlement. No ICC required for countries which have good courts which can held their own leaders responsible.

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      1. Avatar Faceless September 10th, 2013 at 11:05 am

        You are very IGNORANT, enrol for some adult literacy class near your home town.

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      2. Avatar Mpegav23 November 20th, 2013 at 8:05 pm

        but those so called strong courts have failed to act on the crimes committed on global citizens esp by the US and UK governments

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        1. Avatar paulo November 21st, 2013 at 9:34 am

          They have not failed. Take a case there and see. That is why Mau Mau took a case there and got a settlement. It is a just a matter of taking the case there and if you have a case it will be heard.

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  2. Avatar Faceless September 9th, 2013 at 8:14 am

    Also missing is…
    Rwanda – (Paul Kagame, Gen. Kambebera) over 12 million deaths in the DRC
    Uganda – (Yoweri Museveni) over 12 million deaths in the DRC

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  3. Avatar Bernard Kiarie September 9th, 2013 at 3:23 pm

    Why was there no case against Sri-Lanka where atrocities were committed against the Tamils? What about Colombia, Tibet etc.?

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