If you haven't been here you must go! Best pasta in Groton. Local flair, small but worth every minute of your wait. Staff is very friendly.
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The food is amazing. Home made pasta, sauce and bread. The portions are huge....big enough to share or to big home for another meal. The location is on the water and has a nice, small outside area that is great when the weather is warmer.
Fun casual place. Food is mixed. Great salads. Has slipped a little in the last couple of years. Lasagne was bland despite the meat and cheese. Ravioli is ok and basic. Garlic bread soggy and cool on the inside and toasted on the outside. Liked the chicken diabolo salad. Better in the summer watching the boats go by on the... More
The place is on the water's edge but far from anything fancy, quite the opposite. Cheap silverware, cafeteria type dishes, cheap napkins, very crowded tables with cheap, uncomfortable chairs. Bean dip was barely edible. Ordered the spaghetti pie specialty; I thought it was dry and lacking of much meat or flavor. It was huge, enough for two or three people... More
We've been going to Paul's Pasta for so many years now that I can't even remember our first visit and we're going back this weekend! We love the people, the food, the prices and the attitude: These are people who love what they do and you can't mistake it for someone who is in it "for the money." The entire... More
Pasta is good but the environment makes it taste better. Family style place where everyone seems to know each other. Food is honestly nothing special (it is good, just not on my radar of great) but the environment makes it special. They do have take out but that defeats the purpose.
Our 1st time there (was recommended for dinner by the owners of the Stonecroft Inn). We had the chicken parm and the eggplant parm. Both were excellent and the pasta was definitely home made. Yes, it's a small place and can be a bit cramped when full but they turn over tables quickly while the food arrives promptly, we never... More
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