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Re: “Michaelangelo's Kitchen

There were very few bright spots in our families visit to this restaurant. We started with fresh mozzarella which was good and had a nice consistency. Also the homemade gnocchi wasn't bad. But the pesto sauce with it was oily and flavorless. My spaghetti and meatballs tasted like it was the worst sauce you could find out of a supermarket. They obviously don't know to use whole tomatoes and use too much tomato paste. It imparted an off/burnt flavor that they tried to cover up with too much dried spices. I'd start from scratch with a different recipe and use fresh spices. The breadsticks that they serve with every meal need to be scrapped. Why serve a flavorless/textureless strip of dough that would serve better as a squeegee. If they use the same dough to make there pizzas that is a big reason to go somewhere else too. My sons shrimp in his alfredo were well cooked, but it was bathed in a flavorless mound of overcooked pasta with no resemblence to cheese sauce. We did not try the desserts that they apparently rave about. I don't think I wanted to tempt the gods. We had a coupon for part of our meal, and I still left with the feeling that I was overcharged for a poorly prepared meal. I was equally upset that I could not get back a Saturday evening eating experience out with my family that had been wasted in this establishment. Get yourself a cheap jar sauce from the supermarket and overcook your own pasta and slap some vegetable oil on some Wonder bread and you will do a far sight better than eating here.

Posted by vcarr on May 29, 2010 at 8:49 PM
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