Okay, nothing anyone ordered was spectacular. Just your average good pasta. Good value though, and the service is good.
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Been here a couple of time over the past year each time I am in town, had a pasta dish with fruit in so this was weird but nice. The service is good, decor a little basic but the food is always hot and tasty....More
Having been to Italy and eating in a few upscale, rustic Italian eateries outside of the homeland, Rasta Pasta doesn't quite stack up. However, I don't always assume that is what each pasta join is trying to do - and Rasta Pasta seems to have...More
Great service. Food was only ok. I like spicy but this food was just "hot" without flavor. Interesting dining room décor.
I've been to Rasta Pasta a couple of times, but I'm not sure what it is that brings me back. Maybe its the hope that they'll be building on the good premise. The pasta is certainly unique, but not always in a particularly good way....More
If you are a fan of a Jamaican/Italian spice blend, then this is your place. Its a fav of mine, and the Natural Mystic is one of the best jerk-seasoned dishes ever. Lunch portions are a bit small - you can ask for an upgrade...More
If you're in the mood for pasta that has unique spices, this is a must try! I've dined here a few times and have never been disappointed! Casual and relaxed.
I dated a guy who loved Rasta Pasta, so I found myself eating there more often than I would have otherwise- which is never. It has such a great premise, but everytime I went it just got dirtier, the waitsatff is inattentive at best, and...More
I doubted myself when I walked in the door...it just felt kind of scanky. The menu is limited, especially with children. The salad was very plain and nothing special at all.
We try to visit Rasta Pasta as much as we can! Our favorite is the Chicken Montego Bay - it has a delicious sauce with veggies and chicken and pasta - really good! They also have two salad dressings that are so good and very...More