Seattle >Cafe Lago
Delicious!. The tapenade appetizer and gnocchi entree were fantastic. It's a nice atmosphere too.
Loved it. I was at Cafe Lago for the first time on Halloween 2001. While talking with our server she informed us of their seasonal special appetizer, butternut squash ravioli. We indulged, and what a wonderful treat it was. Our entrees were just as delicious. We had woodfire pizzas. We have been back three or four times since then, and would return more frequently if we could afford it. It is a little pricey, but I always feel like it's money well spent when I dine there.
Good, but getting boring.... We frequent this restaurant and the food has always been very good (great pasta and pizza!), but they never seem to change their menu. The menu is small to begin with, so the lack of change is making the place rather boring. Also, they keep raising their prices and it is now at least $16 or $17 for all of their pasta dishes. We've never had a problem with service until recently, it seems to have gone downhill. Combining all these factors we will likely be dining elsewhere in the future.
I LOVE IT. Cafe Lago is a scrumptious Italian restaurant. The staff can be a little haughty, but I personally think they are justified because this restaurant is so incredibly DELISH.
The Italian Way to Cook. The chef at Cafe Lago cooks the way a very good Italian cook would when presented with ingredients available in Seattle. All the pastas and pizzas in this restaurant are made with care and influenced by a knowledgable food palate. This is a rare restaurant staffed with caring people.
Remarkable .... Yes remarkable how much they can charge for so little. A small bowl of gnocchi for $15.95? Give me a break. And it was mushy and mediocre. Also had a pizza which was uninspired and overpriced. What is happening to Seattle that people are willing to pay so much for very mediocre food?
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