LA LIGURIA

Benvenuto al ristorante La Liguria!

La Liguria; a traditional Italian restaurant, born out of the dream of the Italian friends Franco Piacenza and Emilio Vulcano. They drove into the adventure on their scooter in 1971, eight years later the first La Liguria restaurant of their own was born. The restaurant at ‘Noordeinde’ is now runned by the next generation: Damiano Piacenza and Chris Brosius.

These two young entrepreneurs make every effort to preserve the traditions of La Liguria. We work according to the Slow Food movement, which originated in Italy in 1989: Good, clean and fair food. In other words, products of a high quality, produced with respect for nature and for a fair price for all parties. La Liguria imports its traditional Italian products directly from Italy; meat (La Granda), beers (Birra Baladin), soft drinks (Lurisia) and various fine Italian wines.

La Liguria is the place where everyone can enjoy Italy in their own way, in the restaurant or in the beautiful, half-covered city garden. Open daily from 12 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. for a delicious lunch and from 5.30 p.m. for dinner.

We are happy to welcome you at La Liguria. A presto!

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Slowfood

At La Liguria, we use many Slow Food products. Slow Food means: good, clean and fair food & drinks. In addition to certified Slow Food products, we will apply the Slow Food concept to our entire purchase and preparation. Some examples o ourf Slow Food certified products are:

  • San Marzano Tomatoes
  • 100% Italian olive oil
  • Gorgonzola D.O.P
  • Lurisia water and soda
  • Slow Wine wineries: Fuedo Monaci, EÒ Abruzzo, Borgogne and Nino Negri
  • La Granda meat
  • Caciocavallo from Basilicata
  • Sea salt from Cervia

We are always looking for more certified Slow Food products to expand our product range. If you have any suggestions, please let us know!

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