Brooklyn >Food & Dining > Tutta Pasta
160 7th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1121540.672235 -73.977530
Monday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Thursday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Sunday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Park Slope
Searched several sights and finally settled on Tutta Pasta. It was excellent! Not only was the service excellent but it was one of the best meals my wife and I have had since we came to New York.Not only recommended but I plan on eating there again before we leave!
To the people below my comment – I do have to say that back in 2008 the food was horriable so was the service, but since they changed owner's all I can say is OH MY GOD you will lick your fingers. As for the service It is good as well...
Tutta Pasta is a Pasta Dream – What a wonderful restaurant! My girlfriend and I had a very enjoyable time at Tutta Pasta. Great service, phenominal dishes. I was very glad we choose to dine here. We look forward to coming back with guests, and the owner was very nice! He personally welcomed us and made us feel special, which was really cool. Try the Tutta Pasta Tre-Colori, very tasty. My girlfriend had the Veal Francese and she was pleased with the dish, which can be hard sometimes with her, haha. A+ for Tutta Pasta!
Staple in PS – Great Italian and great prices. I am not too sure how long they have been there but this is a great neighborhood italian place. The pasta are spot-on and the prices even better. I haven't been there for lunch but I have heard it is very good.
Check this place out in the slope.
Great Italian – I come out to eat in BK once a month to try out different restaurants with my sister. We came to eat here on Sunday night for dinner. I had the lasagna...it seems that that is really the only thing that i get nowadays...which is fine. ANYWAYS...the lasagna was terriific. It is shocking how some places can really screw that up so i was very happy. I also had some great red wine there as well. The prices are RIDICULOUSLY cheap. Great restaurant. Def recommend.
Best Italian Food in Park Slope – Love it at Tutta Pasta. I enjoy evry dish that I order when I come to visit. The food is exceptional, the service is great, and the owner is always present to make sure all my needs are met. Try the Veal, its very tasty, and the appetizers are great too! I have a different one every time I dine at Tutta Pasta. One day I might do catering when the opportunity presents itself. Also, during the summer the have live music which is really cool. 2 Thumbs Up for Tutta!
Not recommended... – The food was o.k... nothing to get excited about . If they gave you more options on the menu it would have helped. Overall it was o.k.
Worst Dining Experience of My Life – This restaurant stinks with a capital "S". I attended a Confirmation dinner for my nephew on 10/5/08. The dinner was in the back room. There were fifty people, and two female servers. The appetizers of fried calamari, mozzarella and tomato, and stuffed mushrooms were brought out sparingly. The dopey server brought out 6 mushrooms and served them to a group of 8 people. We asked for bread several times. When asked why we could not get another serving of mozzarella, another server said "The pasta's almost ready." When asked what "Veal Tutta Pasta" is, she advised "You know - it's veal." I was waiting for the goofball with the camera to pop out and exclaim that we were all punk'd. No refills on drinks were offered, and dirty stoneware simply piled up unnoticed. To top it off, the Napoleon cake dessert was served and it was icy inside. It was obviously frozen and not given enough time to thaw. I was embarrassed for my brother and his wife, but I traveled 40 miles to deal with the shittiest service I have ever received. I would not go back to this restaurant on a free invitation. It stinks, and in this economy, to spend hard earned money on crappy food and incompetent service is that much more of a disappointment. The manager and the chef both have to go. Yeah, I said it - you know where to find me, guys. Stop serving the already over-charged people of Park Slope so much money for your garbage food and incompetent service. Tell me what you think. It really gets no stars, but the review mode needs me to put one.
AN INSULT TO ITALIAN FOOD AND THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS – THIS PLACE WAS THE BIGGEST JOKE FOR ITALIAN FOOD. IF YOU' RE A BORN AND RAISED NEW YORKER, YOU KNOW GREAT ITALIAN FOOD. THIS PLACE IS NOT EVEN CLOSE TO IT. ANYONE CAN OPEN UP A CAN OF TOMATO PUREE, BOIL PASTA AND MELT CHEESE. IT'S REAL EASY TO USE A PANNINI PRESS TO MAKE A PIZZA AND THEY STILL UNDERCOOKED THE PIZZA. UNBELIEVABLE!! THIS PLACE SHOULD BE A SELF SERVE RESTURANT THE WAY THE SERVICE IS. THE WAITRESS WAS CONFUSED ABOUT THE MENU AND WAS CONSTANTLY GETTING THE OWNERS APPROVAL EVEN TO GET MORE BREAD ON THE TABLE. THE FOOD AND SERVICE WAS TERRIBLE OVERALL!!!!!! I WILL NEVER GO BACK AND DO NOT SUGGEST THIS RESTAURANT AT ALL. NOT EVEN THE YUPPIES IN THE SLOPE DESERVE THIS ABUSE. THIS PLACE DOESN'T EVEN DESERVE ONE STAR BUT IT WON'T LET ME POST THE REVIEW. THE PEOPLE WHO GAVE THIS PLACE A GREAT REVIEW MUST HAVE EATEN CHEF BOYARDEE AND PIZZA HUT THERE WHOLE LIFE. CIAO!!!!
Shame On New Ownership – Shame on the new owners. Tutta Pasta used to be a perfectly fine neighborhood joint. It was never known for its ambience, but it consistently delivered good, hearty, homemade Italian food. The new owners should be ASHAMED. Passing off ground beef mixed with vodka sauce as 'bolognese,' serving mushy boiled chicken and canned minestrone soup? We will never order from here again.
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