All the pasta and sauces are made fresh and you can taste the difference! When you walk in the first thing to hit you is a fantastic aroma that makes you want to order everything on the menu. This is a very small place with...More
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Paul’s Pasta is a culinary destination; it’s that good. I was introduced to Paul’s in Jan 2017, when I was on a business trip with two others. I was unfamiliar with anything in the area, so happy to follow those in the know. The boss...More
A lovely little unassuming spot near the Thames with fantastic homemade pasta. Nothing fancy, just really tasty.
Paul's pasta is my daughter's favorite restaurant in the area. We were visiting from out of town and that was top of her list for us to experience at sunset. While there was about a 45 minute wait to get an outside table - the...More
Stopped in for a late lunch after visiting the submarine museum. We had checked reviews at thought Paul's sounded really interesting. We were a bit skeptical when we first drove up, but then saw it was nearly full - at 3 in the afternoon. I...More
Paul's Pasta is as legit Italian as you'll find in the States. A favorite of the submarine fleet stationed close by, look forward to a short line out the door every time. Its worth the wait. My Chicken Diablo has some nice heat and the...More
We went as a family of 4 on a Saturday night at 7:30. We waited about 15 minutes for a table and were so very glad we did. We all had pasta entrees which were ample...enough to take some home for a midnight snack (or...More
I went to this restaurant months ago, but the food was incredible. Everything from the salad to the cheese bread and dessert was great. The pasta is homemade! You really cannot beat that. On top of that, the meal was inexpensive. Great food, great value.