We went there Friday night and it was good. Not great, but good--slightly interesting takes on Italian classics, done pretty well (based on our dishes, at least). My seafood stew was really quite good, all of the seafood was cooked just right and there was a lot of it. The sauce was tasty, but not at all overpowering. My wife's roasted vegetable and ricotta ravioli was very tasty too, although she felt the Bolognese sauce overwhelmed it a bit. And the mixed salad was delicious--ten times better than the salad we had last weekend at Lexington Square. So, given that the prices were moderate and the place is pleasant, we'll return.
Lexington Square Cafe
510 Lexington Avenue, Mount Kisco, NY 10549
Went for lunch today. Not impressed. Probably won't go back.
fried calamari was ok
rice balls were not good and totally flavorless. One rice ball had cheese in the middle and one didn't. No peas to be found.
I had a pizza:
Arugula e Parmigiano Smoked mozzarella, prosciutto di Parma, fresh arugula & shavings of grana)
It was ok. Nice fresh arugula but the pizza was dry as a bone and I had to ask for olive oil and balsamic vinegar so that it was more pleasing to eat.
One daughter had the gnocchi. I didn't try it but she said she liked it. Other daughter asked if the carbonara was red or white as I told her it was a white sauce and she didn't believe me. Waitress stated it was red so I shrugged my shoulders. Out came her dish in the white sauce that it should have been. Server apologized and daughter asked for angel hair pasta with bolognese sauce and was told they ran out of angel hair after making the carbonara dish.
I guess they found some as her new order came out with angel hair pasta. Hardly any meat in the sauce.
We did indulge in a martini but we had to wait 15m until someone came to the restaurant to make it.
Not sure I will be back.