I drove by in a cab the other day and read the sign "best Lasagna of NYC" - gave it a try today. Service was fast, inexpensive and adequate. The best of NYC? ...Perhaps. But if you ever had Lasagna in Italy... there is potential for improvement. Lasagna was a bit dry, and could be better spiced. The speed with which food was served, lets me dought that is was prepared fresh... rather re-heated. But maybe this is what the busy business patrons on Lexington demand. - Including salad, glas of wine and tip $25. - Folks, elsewhere in Manhattan, thats what you spend when Valet parks your car. - Therefore good price/value ratio, but not comparable to the culinary institutions of italian cuisine ;)
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