Unique but very expensive with small portions!
Posted on 10 / 22 / 2009
This was our first experience eating a fully raw meal, and we were pretty excited about trying it out. We split a cup of the raw soup of the day, which was an "unchicken noodle" soup (the "noodles" were zucchini strings), and we each ordered the nut butter squash ravioli with cashew alfredo sauce entree (made from fresh red beet 'shells' and garnished with roasted rosemary walnuts). See uploaded photos. While the soup was pretty unremarkable, the ravioli entree tasted delicious. BUT... It sure should have been, though, because you only got 8 little "ravioli," which were mimimally-stuffed, small beet slices for $15! Needless to say, we left Rawbert's very hungry after having shelled out $46 with tax and tip. Also, the place has a very crunchy-granola, laid back vibe -- which wasn't a great thing in this instance. Our water glasses never got refilled, and we were done with our entree by the time the waitress came by to see if we needed anything. When I go out to eat, I want to feel satisfied and satiated after eating my meal. Rawbert's left us pretty disappointed.
ravioli entree was good
expensive, tiny portions, inattentive waitstaff