About Spaghetti House Argyll Street
Just opposite Liberty’s and a two-minute walk from Carnaby Street and Oxford Street, Spaghetti House offers authentic Italian cuisine in a child-friendly and buzzy environment. Its focus since day one when they first opened in 1955 has been to make guests feel like they are eating at the house of a close relative or friend. And to this day, the homely interior and hearty food makes guests feel right at home.
Kick off your meal with the most Instagrammable of foods: the bruschetta avocado, its Italian take on the classic avocado on toast. Or if you want something cheesy, the burrata and caponata will hit the spot. Spaghetti House doesn’t like to mess around when it comes to the classics, so you’ll find all the traditional pizza and pasta dishes exactly how they’d be prepared in Italy.
If pizza and pasta isn’t your thing, its selection of other mains will keep you happy. Try the salmone al salmoriglio – pan roasted salmon, courgette and baked cherry tomatoes. It’s a fresh and healthy dish for those who aren’t in the mood to carb load.
From the desserts menu you’ll find tortino al cioccolato – a dark chocolate brownie served with vanilla gelato – for all the chocoholics out there. Or if you aren’t a chocolate person, the panna cotta and coppa fragola will satisfy your sweet craving.
To top everything off, if you’ve had a long hard day in the city and just want to relax with dinner and a glass of prosecco (or five), its free-flowing prosecco menu is the perfect way to unwind. You’ll find all the Italian classics on this set menu too.
Spaghetti house really does have something for everyone. Whether it be for a family-night with the kids, date night or a catch up with friends, you’ll find something on the menu that is bound to impress even the fussiest of eaters.