Rabia Restaurant Reviews

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  • Melanie DINER REVIEW • AUG 19, 2012 FAVORITE
    Great little spot in North End. I love tiny restaurants and was surprised this place wasn’t full on a Saturday night. The Caesar salad was delicious and very heavy on the garlic. Calamari was good but I prefer a roumelaude sauce for dipping. I ordered Frute De Mare and it was a good portion of lobster, scallops and shrimp in cream sauce baked with a toasty crumb topping. Very good and piping hot. My husband thought his chicken Parm was just average. The baked lobster and fettunicini special was great. Service was very fast and attentive.#baked lobster
  • Barbara Boucher An Enjoyable Dinner DINER REVIEW • JUL 04, 2012
    The only word to describe dinner is outstanding. The service was incredible, our water glasses were always full , used dishes were taken constantly and the attention to every detail was made.. The raw bar was fresh and delicious, Caprece was excellent and dinner of New England Bouillabaisse was a wonderful blend of seafood ,vegetables and an outstanding broth. The Deadly Catch Was a perfectly prepared blend of Lobster and King Crab over Angle Hair Pasta. Well worth a visit to this Salem Street restraint.#lobster #king crab

  • Eddie DINER REVIEW • MAY 12, 2012 LIKES IT
    Great little spot on Salem. The lobster I had was excellent and the Clam Chowder very traditional tasting. #lobster
  • chinitamu DINER REVIEW • SEP 08, 2011 LIKES IT
    We originally wanted to go to Neptune. But after finding out there’s an hour wait, and we were in a rush, we decided to go next door to Rabias. The servers were very patient and the food is good, but not great. The clams and mussels were full of sand. For the quality of food, it’s a bit pricey (cod for lunch was $30!). #clams
  • Love Two Eat FAVORITE
    I ordered the seafood special (Lobster and Seafood Ravioli) and Julian ordered the Apple Ravioli with Fig. I must say… Full Review