Reviews of Boardwalk Pizza and Pasta – Paradise Pier
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Reviewed by amy kujawa Review Date: 09/27/2018
Rating: (8) Recommended
Heard good things about the pasta here so had to try it. Must say, it was good! We had the Four Cheese Ravioli and the Chicken Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta. They were great. Both flavorful and of better quality than a lot of the standard park fare. I was pleasantly surprised.
Pros:Lots of seating.
Cons:All seating is outdoors, most is covered, but still outdoors.
Reviewed by wdwfam9 Review Date: 09/26/2018
Rating: (6) Recommended
We ate a late late dinner here, more of a snack. It probably would have been better had we not been rushing out of the park eating a last piece of pizza and breadsticks available.
Cons:not much to choose from
Reviewed by meltort Review Date: 03/23/2015
Rating: (10) Recommended
My kids (14 and 11) and I loved this place. They both had the adult spaghetti and meatballs and they ate it all. It was full bowl. I had the Italian Chef salad and it was really good and full of olives and Italian meats and cheese. It was filling. We all got cups of iced water for free so our bill was right around $30. Cheap for dinner and we had plenty of food.
Pros:Fresh and Tasty
Reviewed by mom2boys2 Review Date: 01/30/2013
Rating: (10) Recommended
We ate here twice on this trip. The first time was a joint adventure the Paradise Garden Grill (separately reviewed) and the second we all ate at BP&P.
On our first visit my husband was trying to track down a PB&J for our younger son who just HAD to have one. We found the Uncrustables available in their cold case so he went to get him one. It is not served as a kids meal but you can add sides and a drink and it works out to about the same price. While he was finding our son's meal he spied the flatbread pizzas and decided that needed to be his lunch. He chose the cheese pizza and had pesto sauce drizzled on top. I was not offered a bite and it disappeared quickly so I would say he enjoyed it!
On our second visit we all ate there. Our younger son happily had his PB&J again. Our older son chose the kids spaghetti and turkey meatballs. He absolutely loved it! My husband and I shared the very large portion of Five Cheese Ravioli and I had a side salad (found in the coolers near the registers). It was plenty of food and had great flavor! We really enjoyed the ravioli! It was a hard decision - the Chicken Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta looked wonderful as well! I also struggled with my salad choice. The entree salads are fresh made and all looked amazing! I went with the side salad just from a size standpoint but it was a hard choice!
Even with a fountain drink to share, this still came out to one of our cheapest meals at under $30. I found this to be quite a good value.
Seating is outside and shared with the Paradise Garden Grill. There was a small band playing both days we were there. The second day it was raining but the tables under the cover were completely dry and it was very nice.