Valentine’s Series: The Keys to My Heart Part III – ‘L’ is for Love…and Lasagna at The Grad Lounge

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A favourite among Grad Lounge regulars, meat and veggie lasagna dishes!  Lasagna can taste different based on its noodle-meat/veggie-cheese ratio, but these squares (or cubes, rather) of lasagna are so outrageously delicious with their soft lasagna noodles and ooey gooey melting cheese.  I especially love the veggie lasagna with its freshly grated carrots, chopped spinach, and crunchy bread crumb topping.  The meat lasagna is a staple in the permanent menu, and the veggie lasagna makes a consistent appearance in the rotating menu of daily specials, as well as at numerous Dinner & Dialogue events.  The lasagna is hot and steamy and so fresh strings of cheese drag for miles; it then lounges out on your plate waiting to be devoured.

The veggie lasagna is one of my favourite Grad Lounge dishes and I love it so much that I could eat the whole aluminum tray of it Homer Simpson style.  Remember the Simpsons episode where Homer goes bat apeing shit crazy at the all-you-can-eat seafood buffet at the Fryin’ Dutchman?  And instead of taking a plate, he just grabs the whole steamed tray of seafood?  Yeah, that would be me. 

*****

The Grad Lounge is located at 166 South Ross at the York University Keele campus and have extended their hours to 9pm in the evening from Monday to Thursday, and until 7pm on Friday.  I’m working on getting a list of ingredients used in both kinds of lasagna, so when I do I’ll be sure to update!

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One thought on “Valentine’s Series: The Keys to My Heart Part III – ‘L’ is for Love…and Lasagna at The Grad Lounge

  1. Pingback: The Grad Lounge – The First 20 Posts, and Two and a Half Years of Wonderful Foodie Memories « Ate by Ate

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