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New York, New York
October 30, 2013
July 25, 2005
The menu is pretty extensive. There is a range of salads, pizzas, and pastas. My friend and I usually order two of those and share. The portion sizes are more than sufficient.
For the salads, you can order either full or half sizes. All of them could be a meal by themselves. I like the Waldorf chicken salad, which is on a bed of baby field greens, with chicken, grapes, apples, candied walnuts, and gorgonzola cheese. There is also a traditional Caesar salad. The options are flexible to include different dressings (although the recommended choices are quite good), and a choice of protein (chicken or shrimp).
There is a range of pizza choices. They are about 10" in diameter and come on thin crusts. Some are more traditional Italian combinations, but others have Asian or Mexican flavors. I like the Thai Chicken pizza. Some of them can be too greasy - especially if you select one with meat.
For pasta, I recommend the Kung Pao spaghetti with shrimp. It has just enough spice but is not too hot.
Entrees range from about $10-15. The total generally ends up being less than $20 per person, including tax and tip.
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