About Spaghetti House Bryanston Street
In Italian culture, hospitality is everything. This is reflected in Spaghetti House’s name, which is meant to induce the feeling of eating at a friend or relatives house. The Lavarini family wants its customers to feel the comfort they would in a home. The small, but open dining space features minimalist furniture and a green and red colour scheme that is definitely something you would see in a 1950s Italian mama’s house.
To kick off your meal, on the menu you will find Italian classics such as bruschetta al Pomodoro, calamari and caprese salad. This is followed by traditional spaghetti dishes and lots of different pizzas to choose from. Spaghetti House has a no fuss or frills approach when it comes to Italian food. Here you’ll only find what was cooked in the 50s when the restaurant originally opened its doors to customers in London. This approach to cooking is what has kept this chain so successful over the many years it has been open.
Its ‘free flowing prosecco’ dinner option is also great for when you’re ready to let your hair down after a busy day. Alongside the unlimited booze, you can pick three courses from the set menus and let the drinks flow for an hour and 30 minutes.
Its choice of Italian wines, from a number of different regions, to compliment the dishes have been specially picked to assure you have the perfect drink to accompany whichever pizza or pasta you may be fancying that day.
If you are on a budget, Spaghetti House may be the place to enjoy a relaxed and tasty evening meal. Its extensive kids menu is also great for when you have picky or indecisive eaters. After a carby dinner of Italian classics you can be sure to leave feeling content and very, very full.