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Rotelli Pizza & Pasta Boca Raton

I said in my previous post about Rotelli Pizza in Boca Raton by the tri rail on Yamato Road, that I would certainly be going back to try again and make sure they are consistent, and I went the other night to keep my word. Oh Rotelli, Rotelli, how disappointed was I to learn that […]

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Rotelli Pizza & Pasta Boca Raton

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I said in my previous post about Rotelli Pizza in Boca Raton by the tri rail on Yamato Road, that I would certainly be going back to try again and make sure they are consistent, and I went the other night to keep my word. Oh Rotelli, Rotelli, how disappointed was I to learn that it was a one time tasty deal. The pizza I had the other night was absolutely nothing like the pizza I had during my previous article about you.

Now in all fairness I did not eat the pepperoni pie, my neighbor did so for the purpose of this review we will strictly be talking about the plain pie. I thought I found my regular lunch place in Rotelli, especially having that horrible slice down the road at Peace a Pizza and totally ruling that place out. But Rotelli, maybe you hired a new pizza guy, or maybe you just didn’t care, but the place was empty and there was plenty of time to put some effort into making this pie taste better. Even though I am not comparing apples to apples, since my previous experience consisted of a single slice and this tasting consisted of an individual pie, I still expected some similarities between the two. The dough was too think, the sauce wasn’t evenly distributed. The cheese at least tasted decent. Very upsetting that I will have to find a new place. I will give Rotelli Pizza in Boca Raton by the Tri Rail only 2 out of 8 slices for this visit.  This could be the last time I ever listen to my next door neighbor again about which pizza place he likes.  How silly of me to listen to someone raised in Florida!

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5 Responses to “Rotelli Pizza & Pasta Boca Raton”

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  • Jon Simms wrote:
    30 Apr 2009 at 5:50 am

    Rotellis on yamato has some of the best pizza in south Florida. You know what the say about opinions!

  • Craig (lapp) wrote:
    30 Apr 2009 at 6:33 am

    John although I agree with you that everyone's opinions will be different, I have to mention that if you really think this is the best pizza in South Florida, you need to try a couple of other places. Regardless if they are good or bad…..they are by far no the best!

  • bscarpenter wrote:
    30 Jul 2009 at 11:40 am

    I took my co-workers to lunch at the store at Yamato and Congress. I also frequent this store with my family as we live near by. My co-workers and I all ordered. Being on a food plan that requires that I eat protien, vegetables and complex carbs for lunch, I ordered a spa chicken with brocolli and wheat pasta. After serving me my salad the server (who was training another server) informed me that there was no wheat pasta. I said that would not work, I enquired as to whether there were any alternatives and then asked to please cancel my order. The server immediately informed me that I would have to then pay for the salad that was included with my meal. I said are you sure and her response was “well you ate it didn't you”. After my co-workers ate, I once again asked the waitress to verify with the manager that I would be charged for this salad after having no lunch and she stated that she was the manager. The manager/server brought the check and I reviewed the check and asked one more time for the manager. She sent me to a young man who was cooking. He explained that they don't always have wheat pasta. I said that I should have been told this before my salad was delivered to me and that I did not expect to be charged for an item that was included with a meal that they could not deliver. He then slid the check accross the counter in a forceful manner, striking my arm and said “pay for the damn salad”. I was embarrased in front of my co-workers and paid the check. I called Sals from my car. Picked up this exact order and returned to my office to eat alone. Then only thing said by my co-workers on the return to work was “that is what happens with you let kids make business decisions”. I will not be back with my co-workers or family. All over a side salad…. that's what happens when you let kids made your business decisions for you.

  • bscarpenter wrote:
    30 Jul 2009 at 6:40 pm

    I took my co-workers to lunch at the store at Yamato and Congress. I also frequent this store with my family as we live near by. My co-workers and I all ordered. Being on a food plan that requires that I eat protien, vegetables and complex carbs for lunch, I ordered a spa chicken with brocolli and wheat pasta. After serving me my salad the server (who was training another server) informed me that there was no wheat pasta. I said that would not work, I enquired as to whether there were any alternatives and then asked to please cancel my order. The server immediately informed me that I would have to then pay for the salad that was included with my meal. I said are you sure and her response was “well you ate it didn't you”. After my co-workers ate, I once again asked the waitress to verify with the manager that I would be charged for this salad after having no lunch and she stated that she was the manager. The manager/server brought the check and I reviewed the check and asked one more time for the manager. She sent me to a young man who was cooking. He explained that they don't always have wheat pasta. I said that I should have been told this before my salad was delivered to me and that I did not expect to be charged for an item that was included with a meal that they could not deliver. He then slid the check accross the counter in a forceful manner, striking my arm and said “pay for the damn salad”. I was embarrased in front of my co-workers and paid the check. I called Sals from my car. Picked up this exact order and returned to my office to eat alone. Then only thing said by my co-workers on the return to work was “that is what happens with you let kids make business decisions”. I will not be back with my co-workers or family. All over a side salad…. that's what happens when you let kids made your business decisions for you.

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