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Posted by bmg on 03/27/2011
For a restaurant called "Lasagna", their title product is incredibly mediocre. The chef clearly knows nothing about lasagna. First and foremost, lasagna is not a make-to-order dish, but a casserole that is to be made early in the day and reheated to order. Yes, REHEATED. Why? To give the flavors time to meld, to give the dish time to settle. The lasagna I received was watery (partly due to cheap sauce, cheap ricotta cheese, and blue-box pasta), and partly because it was assembled and baked to order. Who on earth taught these people how to make lasagna?
Posted by Italian Girl on 02/28/2011
Another designer restaurant that doesn't even come close to real Italian food! Diners have better Italian food and I would not recommend them for Italian food.
Posted by anonymous on 12/28/2010
Calling for a delivery the hostess has the nerve to tell me I have to order a lot to deliver 10 blocks away without even hearing what I wanted to order. All said and done Lasagna lost $35.00 plus a long term ordering customer. Bye Bye Lasagna.
Posted by Larry on 12/16/2010
Sunday brunch at Lasagne is truly wonderful. Don't know what I like more - the food, the atmosphere, the staff. The combination makes for a Sunday really worth looking forward too! All the friends I have introduced to this place have had a great time. Looking forward to many more brunches here!!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/23/2010
This place is a must-try! Their $8.95 lunch menu can't be beat. We have been here half a dozen times now and haven't been disappointed once. Staff is very friendly and helpful. This is my new favorite lunch spot in Chelsea. Highly recommend!
Posted by CHELSEAGUY52 on 02/18/2010
You can do better at home. First , the place is overcrowded, and those dumb tea lights you can't read anything with. Due to the darkness, the ordered Spinach Lasagna came not with Spinach Noodles, but with layers of chopped spinach and garlic....not what I had in mind. The Sirloin Lasagna seemed overly oily. Two of my guests ordered cheesecake for desert, basic flavors from any warehouse bakery in NYC. Now, I make my own lasagna at home, and serve a fine amaretto cold souffle for dessert. When I am pressed for a NYC Italian tourista dinner, I drag my guest to this place....saves me an evening of dishes ...
Posted by Patrick D on 02/17/2009
Last night, a friend called with a personal crisis and asked that I meet him in the "Circuit Party of New York". Yes...he asked me to meet him in Chelsea. Land of muscle men and washboard abs (I knew I should have worked out yesterday). We walked down 8th ave, and I spotted this place. We decided to give it a try. Entering the restaurant, our hostess sat us at a table right next to the window. Why? Because this is Chelsea...it's all about watching the eye candy walk by. It was at this point, when I opened my menu, I realized why no self respecting circuit boy had walked into this restaurant. Carbs. They are the enemy and they had declared full war in this place! Every item is a garlic infused carbohydrate packed delight. I looked at my waist, and since my pants were feeling a bit on the loose side, I figured I could handle it...as long as I did it in moderation. Bring on the feast! Our waiter, a cute guy I honestly think I may have dated in the past (so many men...so little that are memorable), recommended the Four Cheese Lasagna with a pink sauce. Pink sauce? Could I be any more gay?...I'll take it. My friend ordered the Chicken Marsala, which comes with of side of guess what? Pasta! Bring on the carbs! Neither of us will be having boyfriends tonight! Thankfully, as we were finishing our second basket of bread, the lasagna came out. Now for those of you who don't know this, it's time I set the record straight. Ladies and gentlemen: Size matters. Specifically when it comes to lasagna, and the Gorgonzola, ricotta, Parmesan and mozzarella goodness that I was about to eat showed just what kind of size queen I can be. This lasagna was larger than two of my fists put together. There was no way possible I was going to eat all of that....but damn it...I was going to try! Thankfully our waiter wrapped up the remaining 2/3, which I will be able to eat for breakfast...and lunch, and dinner today. It was that much food! Now some of you (well any of you who've actually read this far down) may be wondering why I only rated this restaurant 4 stars. Well, you see, I had dinner last night at 8:00 pm. It is now 12:30 the next day. I've brushed my teeth twice, flossed, had several cups of coffee and some sugarless gum. Yet still I'm tasting garlic 16 hours later! Enough already. I need to get on a treadmill. My waist currently resembles a muffin top.