I have dined here several times and finally decided that the Lasagna House deserves a review (i rarely write reviews).\r
The setting is incredibly low-key, humble and cozy and i LOVE LOVE LOVE that. It makes me think of a mom-n-pop Chicago eatery. Nothing pretentious or over-the-top. It's very minimalistic and it was really refreshing to eat Italian at a place that isn't all about looking high-dollar. Although I do enjoy going to high-profile places too, but this was just a nice change of atmosphere. It's good to not feel intimidated by your surroundings. \r
The service is ALWAYS impeccable (every single time I've gone) . They are so incredibly nice and accommodating. I never felt like the waiter was annoyed that he had to actually work for his tips (I usually experience this all the time everywhere else).\r
And of course, lastly...the food. Oh dear God, the food. Too many places (i.e. Maggiano's, Buda di Beppo, Crapitto's, Grotto, Carrabba's) over-complicate their dishes with every possible herb they have in the kitchen to try and enhance your eating pleasure. Those places need to take note from Lasagna House. Simple ingrediants, nothing super fancy. It's not even served ""fancily"" yet this is by far the BEST ITALIAN FOOD I have ever had in my life. Everyone I have dined with here also agrees. I have never whimpered and hoo-ed so much while eating. The food is THAT great. I makes me incredibly sad when I am too full to finish. I don't want to stop eating the perfectness that is their food.\r
This is an incredibly long review but they deserve it. Kudos to the owner/ chef/ recipe creator. You have won my mark for Best Italian. I am forever loyal.
Pros: Simplicity of everything (atmosphere, food, service, presentations). and...The Meat Sauce.
Cons: I have sat here for 5 minutes and cannot think of anything to put in this section. Really, I tried.