While most people know that Italy is shaped like a boot, few realize that Sicily is shaped like an island. Explore the world with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for $30 worth of lunch for two, valid Tuesday–Friday
- $20 for $40 worth of dinner for two, valid Tuesday–Friday
- $40 for $80 worth of dinner cuisine for four, valid Tuesday–Friday
Lunch dishes include linguine with prawns, served in a cream or tomato sauce ($13), and veal marsala ($15). Dinner options include grilled salmon with tomato concasse ($20), lamb osso bucco ($20), and fettucine creola, whose rose sauce melds Italian sausage, chicken, and shrimp ($16).
La Villetta Ristorante
Ladles rain down rose sauce, cream sauce, tomato sauce, tomato-cream sauce, curry cream sauce, spicy tomato sauce, and tomato concasse, and all of it is whisked by hand. In the 40-plus years since La Villetta Ristorante served up its first plate of pasta, diners have come to rely on the eatery for home-cooked takes on classic Italian favorites and the sauces that give them their signature flavors. Prawns, scallops, mussels, and sausage team up with the sauce to distinguish fettucine and linguine. The entree roster is as deep as it is saucy—veal or lamb osso bucco, chicken parmigiana, and grilled fish provide more protein than a lecture on amino acids.
94% of 158 customers recommend
“Great service and great food thanks :)”
“Visiting my boyhood neighbourhood after 60 years and being able to dine in a familiar area of North Burnaby was fun...Our host was great as a wedding reception was...”
“Visiting my boyhood neighbourhood after 60 years and being able to dine in a familiar area of North Burnaby was fun...Our host was great as a wedding reception was taking place and with no room in the noisy main area it was a delight that she set up a table in an open area for us to enjoy our visit...Service was great as was the food...Keep up the good work and I was you success with your businesss.”
“Keep up the good work the food was very good and the service was good as well.”