After hearing a lot about this place from friends and reading great reviews of this place I went with four friends this past weekend. It’s a lot bigger on the inside than it looks on the outside. The interior does not match the exterior. I’m split on the interior though. While it looks outdated with the 80s/90s Miami Vice vibe, I like it and think it works. It has multiple levels of seating which helps with privacy and noise control. There was a live acoustic guitar performance which added to the dining experience. The waiter suggested the Salsiccia entree as it was his favorite. We all ordered a different dish. I ordered the Herb Roasted Chicken Breast (with a side Caesar salad and green beans) while my party ordered the Salsiccia, Marsala, and Tortellini Alfredo. We sampled each other’s entrees and they were average at best. My Herb Roasted Chicken Breast consisted of two small breasts that looked like chicken nuggets and what appeared to be an entire can of green beans. One friend only took several bites of her Marsala and didn’t want to finish it. Lucky and thankfully the manager did not charge her for the meal. Another friend only ate half of his Tortellini and didn’t option to take the rest home. The Salsiccia had the most flavor out of the all the entrees but I’m not sure if that’s saying much.
I wanted to like this place a lot because of what I had heard and read. While we didn’t have a bad dining experience at Cafe Pasta it might be a while before we journey up to that side of town again.
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