I work at a local hotel, and a lot of guests ask for restaurant recommendations. When they ask for suggestions on where to order pizza, I list the various franchises we have in town and then suggest that if they would like good, LOCAL pizza, they should try Pizza Connection. Because their pizza is a refreshing change from the usual fare you get elsewhere. Their dough is well textured and not too greasy. Their sauce is just right. The price is on the slightly higher side of average, but it’s worth it. It’s real food.
Their pasta, on the other hand, is entirely average. In fact, I was recently tempted by a delicious looking photo of a slice of lasagna that they have on their website, so I added a baked lasagna to our order. I should have known better. The photo on their website shows a home-style lasagna with layers of pasta, sauce, cottage or ricotta cheese, topped with regular cheese, then baked in a pan or sheet before being sliced to serve. The photo must be a stock photo because the actual product bears no resemblance to the photo. It’s just a bunch of flat pasta, cooked, cut into strips, tossed with sauce, topped with cheese and baked in a take-out container. In other words, baked spaghetti using cut up flat pasta instead of spaghetti noodles. Not what they show on their website. Not cool. Not impressed.
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