Discussion in 'Brixton' started by Onket, Jul 26, 2011.
Steve's: mentioned in posts 255 and 322.
That was a long time ago, I'm sure I addressed the suggestions at the time.
I was presented with a lump of lasagne about 2 inches by 3 inches, with some chips (in there it's listed as chips or salad, but personally I don't think a little garnish would break the bank). Anyway, the lasagne was fucking tiny, and I said so. The chef came out, the consequences were not hilarious, etc.
Obviously I can never go back in there ever again.
Grumpychops strikes again!
Please explain. You think a lasagne the size of 2 bits of duplo is acceptable?
And even if it is, how is claiming it's small ever 'grumpy'?!
I can't say I can get on with lasagne and chips, but I really can't see the point of small lasagne and chips. It's the equivalent of super-sized sashimi. Hot gazpacho. Alcohol-free martini. (etc.)
Quite. Gazpacho is a dish best served cold an' all that.
I'd rather have a plate sized lasagne with no chips. Chips are a cost saving measure really, so places can fill you up and charge you less.
But if I'm going to get both, I want a decent sized piece.
Went to the recently renovated and under new management Cafe on the Hill today.
They had run out of lasagne but the MASSIVE breakfast I had instead was top notch.
I think it was Monday, I had the lasagne, chips and salad. Top notch, can't recommend it enough.
The salad especially was a nice touch. It was tomato, onion & oil. No lettuce, unless it was chopped very small. It was a bit like what you get in a kebab but more tomato.
I've been there more than once this week- not good for my waistline.
can you take a pic next time?
Bit embarrasing, but yeah, ok.
Oh god, THIS is why I done that postcard for Dave Chinzano (the ungrateful fucker) of eyore eating lasagne and chips
I haven't had lasagne for ages
The Jockey pub (in Shameless) does a lasagne and chips for £2.20 - beat that.
This news would really please Onket, if the Jockey was a) in Brixton rather than Manchester, b) not fictional.
@Onket I did actually try the lasagne/lasagna at The Albert last week and was pleasantly surprised. It comes with garlic bread and salad though
The new special at The Phoenix-
It was glorious.
I love that place.
yes, but it has RADISHES!
that looks fucking awesome. how much is it?
Everytime I see this thread title when I 'view new posts' I want to eat lasagna and chips. It's becoming a habit.
I can't remember, sorry. I don't think any meal is more than about a fiver in there.
Remember it's a special, though. Not on every day.
Was this as a result of your campaign?
Bacon Lasagne??? Urgh...
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