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Best Lasagna in Seattle?

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Booklegger451 Mar 24, 2014 04:46 PM

I've been craving lasagna lately... anyone care to share advice on where in town I should go looking?

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    AdelaideM RE: Booklegger451 Mar 24, 2014 05:15 PM

    I go to Pink Door for my lasagna fix. I have not gone in a year but now that you brought up the idea....... I remember they used Spinach noodles and oozing with melted cheese.

    1. babette feasts RE: Booklegger451 Mar 24, 2014 05:28 PM

      Isn't Cafe Lago's supposed to be great?

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        GreenYoshi RE: babette feasts Mar 24, 2014 08:40 PM

        Yeah, it's pretty good. They do theirs with a really thin noodle. A little bit different than what I think of for classic lasagna, but definitely tasty.

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          apardoe RE: GreenYoshi Mar 24, 2014 10:34 PM

          Café Lago's is very bright, very fresh, very delicate. Agree with what GreenYoshi says.

          You should find a restaurant that just does simple, unpretentious Italian food. I know of Andiamo in Bellevue downtown and Restaurante Paradisio in downtown Kirkland. Both have straightforward lasagnas.

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            firecracker RE: apardoe Mar 25, 2014 12:07 PM

            Andiamo's food may be good but the service is awful, Servers have p*** poor attitudes and are snotty beyond belief!

            Paradiso's food is really good!

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        tykapfh RE: Booklegger451 Mar 25, 2014 09:51 AM

        I really like La Spiga's:
        Lasagne Verdi
        fresh spinach lasagna layered with ragu (meat and tomato sauce) béchamel and Parmigiano Reggiano 17

        1. gumption RE: Booklegger451 Mar 27, 2014 08:19 PM

          Has anyone had Cuoco's? I remember reading a Seattle lasagna write-up online somewhere and Cuoco was mentioned.

          I've had Cafe Lago's also. If I remember correctly, it was a substantial portion but deceptively light, and made with a bechamel sauce. Quite good.

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            Psiweaver RE: Booklegger451 May 7, 2014 11:14 AM

            I really like Ristorante Machiavelli's chicken liver lasagne (though you'd have to like those). Its super rich and unctuous, and at a very reasonable price (parking can be a pain though). I'm pretty sure they have normal lasagna, but i've never ordered that.

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              mrnelso RE: Booklegger451 May 8, 2014 03:55 PM

              Salvatore and Perche No are worth a look.

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                jodimaca RE: Booklegger451 May 12, 2014 03:59 PM

                1. Cafe Lago, 2. LaSpiga, or 3. Perche No

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