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Restaurant Chain Lasagna, Ranked Worst To Best
14. Bertucci's
Bertucci's bakes its Lasagna Rustica in brick ovens, crafted with handmade pasta, meat sauce, and a ricotta and mozzarella cheese blend, but it falls flat.
One reviewer gave it more than one try, saying, "I tried the lasagna. WOW.. AGAIN, soft pasta, flavorless ricotta (did they get that at the dollar store, too?), and a so-so sauce."
13. Carrabba's
This generations-old lasagne recipe at Carraba’s Italian Grill has layers of meat sauce, ricotta, Romano, and mozzarella cheese, all smothered in Pomodoro sauce.
Underwhelmed diners reviewed the lasagne as “a joke,” “a watery pile of slop,” “inedible,” and that it didn't look anything like the menu’s picture.
12. Fazoli's
Layered with meat sauce, mozzarella, and provolone, the Baked Lasagna is one of Fazoli's most-ordered entrées. However, the current version isn’t too popular.
The main problem seems to be the sauce, with reviewers calling it out for being overly salty or spicy; many are calling for the return of the triple meat or twice-baked lasagnas.
11. Amato's
Amato's has two lasagnas: the Meat Stuffed and the 4-Cheese. Both offer original sauce, meatballs, and sausage choices, but other ingredients aren’t listed.
Feedback about Amato's lasagna has been divided, with some customers saying they enjoyed it, and other reviews warned, "A frozen Stouffer's lasagna was the same or better."
10. Macaroni Grill
Romano's Macaroni Grill’s lasagna has more than three layers of noodles, Italian sausage, Bolognese sauce, imported pomodorina, ricotta, and mozzarella.
Diner reviews range from favorable to critical. The dish has been described as tasty and even delicious, but another said, “The whole dish tasted old and was virtually inedible."