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La Casa Bianca Restaurant

A Whitehouse, NJ Dining Review

La Casa Bianca

326 S Main St
Whitehouse STA, NJ 08889


La Casa Bianca, Whitehouse, NJ


Restaurant Rating Legend
Fine Dining

No Stars Below average
One star Average
Two stars Above Average
Three stars Excellent
Four stars Best in Class

Casual Dining

N/A= A casual dining eatery, not rated as a fine dining restaurant 

La Casa Bianca

Price Moderate-Expensive
Fare Italian

Restaurant Ratings

Overall Rating    

thumbs up Excellent Brick Oven Pizza using fresh, high quality imported San Marzano tomatoes, and Reggiano Parmesan. ingredients.

thumbs up Mozzarella made on the premises.

thumbs down Service can be inconsistent.

Value: Excellent
Noise Level: Moderate
Dress: Casual
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy brick oven pizza made with high quality imported ingredients
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer American style pizza with heavy toppings
Recommended dishes: The Tortellini Bolognese with veal meat sauce with onion, garlic, carrots, imported prosciutto, Italian tomatoes finished with Pecorino Romano cheese; The Parpadella con Broccoli Rabe a Gamberi with ribbon pasta with shrimp, broccoli rabe, sun-dried tomatoes, olive oil, and roasted garlic in a rich broth; and The Margarita Pizza.
Liquor: BYOB

Restaurant Review

This Tuscan style Italian restaurant in Whitehouse serves up some of the best pizza in Northern Jersey.

The restaurant is located in a glass storefront setting in downtown Whitehouse Station with a setting that resembles a Tuscan atmosphere.

Part owner/Chef Paul Liscio received his formal culinary trained at CIA, and later in Rome and Palermo, Italy before opening this restaurant.

While they serve up a menu of creative dishes of Italian and continental cuisine, all at at reasonable price, it is their brick oven Tuscan pizza that stands out.

The pizza crust is slightly thicker than Neapolitan thin crusted pizza, and is bread-like tasty, soft, crispy, and slightly charred.

Chef Liscio uses all fresh, high quality ingredients. He makes his own mozzarella, imports San Marzano tomatoes, and Reggiano Parmesan.

Some of the staff is Italian and the service is friendly and attentive.

They are BYOB, and they also offer inexpensive house wines from Amwell Valley Vineyard.


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