Pasta Vita, Old Saybrook, CT
Just stopped tonight-not in the mood to cook or go out! We are trying a couple of different offerings: Vegetable Stuffed Sole, Chicken Marsala and their Mashed Potatoes. We haven't tried too much more than that, I was wondering if anyone had any favorites? At $9-18 apiece I wouldn't mind knowing about some sure bets!
One of our favorite dishes are the Tuscan short ribs and the Tuscan stew is good too. I swear we lived on their food for about a year. I like the butternut squash and the pumpkin ravioli and the garlic cream pasta sauce. When I can't decide what to make for dinner, why worry I can stop on the way home from work.
Strange you should mention that! As it happens, I save the pans and tops to grow seeds in, so I just had to look at the labels to see what we have tried in the last year. All were pretty good, but the ones I remenber as being especially tasty are marked with *, and ones I wasn't so crazy about (but still ok) are marked with a -.
C. Stemperata, Grilled C. & Penne w/Brie, C. Apulia*, Grilled C. & Vegetables-, Cornish Hen w/Wild Rice-, C. Limone. C. Cordon Bleu*, Coq Au Vin-, Grilled C. Primavera, C. Milanese, C. Francaise, C. Alicia*, Herb Roasted C., C. alla Cucina, C. Piccata
Veal Scaloppine alla Parma*, Veal Marsala, Pork Chops Pizzaiola, Veal Provencal
Thai Shrimp & Chicken Curry*, Grilled Halibut w/Basil Aioli, Coconut Shrimp-. Lemon Sole
Chicken & Artichoke L.*, Wild Mushroom&Spinach L., Cheese L., Vegetable L.
Gruyere Scalloped Potatoes, Sauteed Spinach, Garlic Bread-(Texas bread is better!)
Hope that gets your gastric juices bubbling!
Wow! Thanks for the thorough list! I have noticed we tend to like the chicken dishes. I would not recommend the Vegetable Stuffed Sole. The stuffing probably would have been ok paired with something else but totally overwhelmed the fish. My husband was disappointed. Anyway thanks again, great excuse to stop by and grab a couple more to try!