10 Unhealthiest Restaurant Pasta Dishes

1. Olive Garden's Tour of Italy: This dish features lasagna, chicken parmigiana, and fettuccine Alfredo all on one plate, packing a high calorie and fat punch.

1. Cheesecake Factory's Fettuccine Alfredo: Known for its rich and creamy sauce, this dish is loaded with calories, fat, and sodium.

1. Chili's Cajun Chicken Pasta: This dish is typically made with creamy Alfredo sauce, blackened chicken, and peppers, contributing to its high calorie and fat content.

Brisket Chili: Add chopped leftover brisket to your favorite chili recipe for added flavor and protein.

1. Applebee's Three-Cheese Chicken Penne: A creamy pasta dish loaded with cheese, chicken, and often bacon, contributing to its high calorie and fat content.

1. TGI Fridays' Chicken Carbonara: A pasta dish with a creamy sauce, bacon, and chicken, usually high in calories, fat, and sodium.

1. P.F. Chang's Lo Mein: While delicious, lo mein dishes from many restaurants can be high in calories, fat, and sodium due to the oil used in stir-frying.

1. Buffalo Wild Wings' Alfredo-Queso Pasta: This dish combines Alfredo sauce, queso, and pasta, resulting in a high-calorie and high-fat meal.

1. Ruby Tuesday's Chicken and Broccoli Pasta: While it may seem healthy with the addition of broccoli, the creamy sauce and generous portion sizes can make this dish high in calories and fat.