A friend invited me here for lunch recently and I was intrigued by the name, so I gave it a shot. Naturally, there was a "Rasta" motif with the obligatory Bob Marley making appearances throughout the dining room. There wasn't much of a crowd, but our waitress was very friendly and attentive (while sporting some awesomely authentic dreadlocks!). The Rasta themed menu was concise, so it was relatively easy to make a selection. They advertised spice, so I went with the "Spicy Jammin" and my friend had the "Dreadlock Ravioli." I'm not much of a pasta snob, so I was pretty impressed with my meal. The "Spicy Jammin" is rotini, shrimp, various seasonings and just the right amount of spice (you can choose from three degrees of spiciness). Each dish also came with a side of really tasty garlic bread. Overall, it was a good experience and if I were more into pasta dishes, I'd consider making it a frequent destination. Trendy downtown location on Tejon, just north of Platte. Reasonably priced for the quality of food and worth a shot if you're looking for something a little different.
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