28 January 2008 ~ 3 Comments

Lotsa Pasta

So, this review wasn’t with the normal LouisvilleLunch office crew, it was with my lovely family (2 daughters and my wife). After a day of running around town, my wife had her heart set on Lotsa Pasta’s great deli. She’s been going there a lot lately.

One of my favorite parts about this place, is that you can grab whatever you want off the grocery shelves to go along with your lunch. We got some tortilla chips and salsa (of which they had samples of). Normally we get some crackers and some of their Gorgonzola and Garlic Cream Cheese Dip (which is making my mouth water just typing it).

My wife ordered her usual Fresh Mozzarella, Tomato and Basil Pesto Panini and loved every bite of it.

My two daughters split the Turkey, Goat Cheese & Sun-dried Tomato Panini and they had no complaints, but our 20-month old will eat just about anything. Our 5-year-old liked hers, but it was hard to tear her away from her “Shooting Strawer”, a shooting star she fashioned out of straws. A clever one, that girl.

I went with the Turkey, Goat Cheese & Sun-dried Tomato Panini as well, and it was great. The goat cheese seemed to overpower it a bit, but no complaints here.

If you haven’t been, it’s a great little deli with a small seating area with a big ol’ TV. Great panini selections!

Rating: 7/10

Cost: $4.50 + drink
Address: 3717 Lexington Rd., Louisville, KY 40207
Phone: (502) 896-6361

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3 Responses to “Lotsa Pasta”

  1. Michelle 29 January 2008 at 8:29 am Permalink

    I haven’t been to Lotsa Pasta for lunch in a really long time but that goat cheese panini sounds so freaking good I might have to make it over there soon. I seem to be a fool for anything with goat cheese in it these days.

  2. Sammy 29 January 2008 at 9:32 am Permalink

    I’m with ya…goat cheese on anything makes it better!

    Same with sun-dried tomatoes.

  3. Kathy 7 June 2008 at 2:18 pm Permalink

    After living 16 years in Italy and returning to St. Matthews, this place is my lifeline for ingredients I can’t find elsewhere, a cappuccino that won’t break the bank, and FRESH panini that rival any I’ve had anywhere! It also creates the perfect atmosphere for informal Italian lessons.

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