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La Besciamella, Opens Today as a Virtual Italian Restaurant in Lawndale, CA

LAWNDALE, CA, August 04, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — La Besciamella, owned by Chef Pier Paolo Mattei opens today and offers both pick-up and delivery options. The virtual restaurant is located at 16711 Hawthorne Blvd. in Lawndale, CA. Hours of operations are Tuesday through Sunday from 1 pm until 9:30 pm.

Chef Mattei’s made-from-scratch, authentic, Italian dishes can be ordered for delivery from Uber Eats, Chownow, Doordash, and Grubhub. Some of his favorite signature dishes include lasagna and gnocchi.

Chef Mattei has over 40 years of experience as a professional chef as he has worked in restaurants in Italy, England, Germany, and the United States. He brings his creative twist which has developed over years of experience, to his traditional Italian pasta cooking. The name of his virtual kitchen is La Besciamella which translates to “white sauce” in English. Chef Mattei desires to bring his years of experience and his love for cooking to more people. He is doing this by opening his virtual restaurant La Besciamella in Lawndale, California. The public can order at www.labesciamella.com or any of the delivery platforms named above.

Chef Mattei also offers catering for events with up to 150 guests. Interested parties can contact Chef Mattei at 310-849-8998 to create a menu for events or meetings. Please contact him 3-5 days before catering an event.

To see La Besciamella’s full menu visit www.labesciamella.com.

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