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Using these a lot since March for takeaways. However last night, and for the THIRD time, when I got home I found my order was short! Once I can understand, after the second time they apologised, but will seriously have to reconsider using again. Having...said that, the food is always good....More
Date of visit: August 2020
Trip825675, Owner at Casa Pasta, responded to this reviewResponded 24 September 2020
Could you please email me on email@example.com so that I can investigate this matter as this should not happen. We are certainly going through a bit of a rollercoaster being open then closed at the moment and managing staffing is difficult at this time but...More
I ordered our picnic dinner to be collected at 7.30pm and all was ready waiting...handed over by really friendly girl. We ate opposite the restaurant on the grass, the Roma pizza was nothing special and quite soggy and stuck to the box, bruschetta had 3...tiny rings of baguette, not worth €4.50, wings were tiny and not very nice. Bacon and cream pasta and meatballs were very nice. I know things are difficult during this time but it's not the Casa Pasta food we knew and love.More
went for lunch last week. service was ok but a bit slow i thought given it was lunch and wanted to get back to work. seemed to be only one waitress there. I ordered the special it was pretty average- not very exciting, There are...such better options for Italian around Dublin these days. The other guests plates also were not very inspiring. Portions were very big so if hungry its a good place to go but quality really lacking. One final point - the cutlery is like something out of a school canteen.- light weight and worn out. Its worth spending some money of better equipment.More
We got a window seat looking out over the sea. It’s a small establishment probably attracting a more local customer.
We chose the chicken & broccoli pasta (€13.80) which was hot and plenty of chicken. The lasagne (€13) was one of the tastiest I’ve ever...had.
Service was good and servers were friendly and helpful.
Quite noisy the Saturday night we were there.
Toilet needs attention.
Service charge is discretionary.More
This was the last lunch we ate in Ireland after a week and a half there. It’s a quaint little place with a nice view of the bay. We walked from the Clontarf Castle which was a long walk through a residential area. The Cajun...BBQ wings were some of the best wings I’ve ever had and the dipping sauce was delicious! The pizza here was good, as well.More