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It is described as "Baked layers of ruffled lasagnette pasta and fontina-asiago cheese sauce with pan-seared chicken."
In other words, a three-course meal would cost £35 for food if it wasn't for pesky little supplements - £3 here for lasagnette of sweetbreads and foie gras, £5 there for Scottish fillet steak and a whole fiver on top of the dessert price to have artisan cheeses.
The homemade lasagnette (LE 110) with sea scallops velouté and crab meat was thick and rich, without the fishy after-taste that often plagues seafood pastas.
EXCEPT we encountered couple sandy bites of the squid ink lasagnette with clams.