I must make it absolutely clear that I am reviewing the La Porchetta Restaurant at Salamanca, NOT north Hobart.
Busy and friendly is probably the best I can say. Correct me if I’m wrong, lasagne is made by interleaving layers of pasta with layers of sauce, made with beef mince, béchamel, and cheese. What we were served, as one reviewer so aptly puts, “were huge, stodgy wads of overcooked pasta” – tasteless, inedible, and with no meat in sight. I feel for people that believe microwave slop is actually Italian or even Italian-style – and what is really sad, the ‘restaurant’ caters for families with children, who will grow to think this is the norm. La Porchetta claim “All meals are made fresh with only the finest ingredients” I don’t think so. What I do know is, if Rocco ‘Rocky’ Pantaleo who founded this franchise was alive, he would be turning in his grave.
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