A flexible offering, with dishes made to a range of different specifications and sizes, the staff members were just getting to grips with operations when I visited.
They weren’t being aided by a very mouthy chef character, who seemed to be in charge. I saw him later that day giving the staff on their nearby burger stall the same loud and seemingly unhelpful advice in front of customers. The second time it was so off-putting that I took my custom elsewhere.Anyhoo, my eye was caught by their tortellini of the day (£7.50). It took a little while to cook, but was with me soon enough having been neatly topped with tomatoes, rocket and cheese.
The pasta parcels were filled with a tasty butternut squash mixture, which I enjoyed. They were slightly on the inelegant side, though, with the pasta just a little too thick.It was definitely a meal-sized portion, rather than a snack, but it did feel a little on the steep side, price wise. A slightly smaller portion for a cheaper price would be a more attractive proposition, I think.
So overall, it’s good to have a tasty pasta option available and Whydo Pasta is doing a decent job. It’s worthy of your custom, but is not in the unmissable category. Three stars for the food, minus one for the performance from the boss.