After taking a tour of the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center (super awesome and inspirational btw), we stopped for dinner at Rasta Pasta. All their dishes are a blend of Jamacian and Italian flavors. It seemed like a combo too good to be true, so we just had to try it. All the dinner portions came with salad and garlic bread. Our waiter was super friendly and gave us all the salad dressings for us to try because we couldn't decide. My favorite one was probably the citrus vinaigrette. It added a lot of brightness to the salad. As for the main course, I ordered Chicken Montego Bay. This dish was composed of lucious alfredo sauce, tender jerk chicken, tons of veggies, annnndddd pineapples! I was surprised by how much the pineapple added to the dish. It was the secret ingredient for sure. I really 10/10 recommend the Chicken Montego Bay. You'll want to eat pineapple with every pasta dish from now on.
My sister ordered the Natural Mystic, which had pineapple curry. It was a pretty good and unique dish. As for my parents, they split the Rasta Pasta. If you pay an extra $3, you can split a dinner portion to two lunch portions, which is a great deal! What wasn't that great tho was the actual dish. The sauce was wayyyy too spicy. Only order this if you can handle a lot of spice. If you can't, just order the Montego Bay, it will truly change your life. I can definitely see why this delicious food was featured on Triple D on Food Network.
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