Pasta Goodness is a Marlee fixture, offering its fresh pasta and sauces to the street and surrounding area for over 20 years. Stefania behind the counter tells me everything is made from scratch, using chef Teresa Macri's much-loved recipes. A beacon of prepared foods, the popular dishes include beet and carrot salad ($2.20/100g), penne al forno ($2.50/100g), and jumbo cheese tortellini al pesto ($2.80/100g). For the cottagers on their way out of the city, though, it's all about the frozen lasagna ($34.95), which doesn't necessarily have to come in a tin pan. Stefani tells me that Pasta Goodness will cook its lasagnas and other meals in your own dishware, "So it looks like you were the one doing the cooking." Ah, those sneaky devils. No wonder everyone in the neighbourhood seems to do Italian so well! Pasta Goodness also has a decent selection of giftware and plates, hand-picked and imported from Italy.