In Bridge of Allan, La Cucina invites you to sample Italian cooking made the old-fashioned way. Turning simple ingredients into something extraordinary, La Cucina takes pride in sharing some of Italy’s best dishes with diners who love eating them. Found on Henderson Street in the middle of all the action, this restaurant is worth driving to from all over the Stirling area. Whether it’s a first date, an evening with friends or a family dinner, La Cucina is a fine choice. Bring along your biggest appetite to this Italian restaurant – dessert is a must after your main course!
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We visit the area twice a year and stumbled across this wee restaurant last October. We absolutely love it! Food is excellent and the staff are very friendly and welcoming.
Very very good meal at la Cucina this evening. Food was fresh
Excellent welcome, we arrived with young baby and table seating allowed mother and baby to sit discreetly a the end of the table. The service was good and food freshly cookuled and prepared well. I had sea bass and lemon sauce was best ever.
La Cucina is where Stirling’s foodies head when they want a taste of serious Italian cooking. Open for lunch and dinner, this Italian restaurant is particularly popular for its rotating menu of specials with dishes that vary from day to day. Another major drawcard is the pizza. From the flour and the cheese to mozzarella and tomatoes, La Cucina never settles for anything less than perfection when it comes to ingredients. No detail goes unnoticed at La Cucina. You’ll feel right at home when dining at this Italian restaurant on Bridge of Allan’s Henderson Street.
Now, let’s move onto the menu. Bridge of Allan’s La Cucina serves up all the classic Italian dishes you know and love, plus plenty more. We recommend kicking off your meal with an order of sauteed king prawns, Scottish beef carpaccio or homemade chicken liver pate. Next, decide from pasta, pizza or one of the main courses like scaloppine valdostana (veal covered in fontina cheese and parma ham with cream and tomato), oven baked rump of lamb or the Scottish-inspired Pollo Roberta, chicken stuffed with haggis. And don’t forget about dessert – you can’t go wrong with La Cucina’s decadent tiramisu. It’s worth the drive no matter where in Stirling you’re located.