About this Business
- Italian, Pasta
- Lunch, Dinner
It is more of a deli than a restaurant with a corner set up with 4 small tables with red checkered table cloths. They probably do take out more than in house dining, but again it was so good.
The food was amazing and our service was outstanding. I will definitely revisit this restaurant and spread the word about their great menu.
I'd prefer eating at good mom and pop shops than the institutions like Olive Garden, etc.
I have recommended you to everyone I know told them that it was worth the drive
Very friendly people and great food!
Went to this place with a friend for dinner, arrived about 645 and the place was closed for dinner! Took home something from the "dei" to cook at home ! Didn't expect to drive an hour round trip for take out!This place is for lunch not dinner, on Sundays there open till 3!!! I still have a dinner for four and another 'gift' dinner for two that I would like my money back!. This is my 3rd attempt to get an answer from you
Really wonderful handmade Italian pasta. Everything is really fresh. The canolli was also the best I have ever had.
We had such a delightful time and can't wait to come back!
Great service and GREAT food. They let me do takeout even when the groupon said eat in... and I REALLY APPRECIATED THAT!!!
Bought a groupon for friends and they enjoyed it also.
From Our Editors
Visitors to Tortellini Originali Pasta Company can watch through the kitchen's window wall as cooks fill and fold each piece of pasta by hand, ensuring the freshness of its Italian-inspired dishes. Though the menu might be brief, each dish is crafted to order and packed with savory flavors. Fresh ravioli swell with fillings made with italian sausage, lobster, or duck, enveloped by pasta dough infused with paprika or red or black pepper. A trio of sandwiches ensconce housemade morsels, from the special recipe meatballs to tomato and garlic spreads.
Those who want to take their feast to go can order pasta by the pound at the counter, where a spread of salads and meats wait under glass. Nearby blond wood shelves are lined with imported goods, including olive oil, jarred garlic and capers, and the mozzarella-coated seeds from which pizzas are sprouted.