Close to Marble Arch, this trailblazing contemporary Spaghetti House heralds an exciting new era for the company, ideal for the local residential, business community and shoppers. The restaurant is very up-to-date but true to the Spaghetti House philosophy of good food, good service, great wines and warm Italian welcome.
Styled as a caffe-ristorante-pizzeria, open 7 days a week all day, it boasts an open bar area where drinks and informal meals are served, plus a welcoming, relaxed restaurant area for the full dining experience. Outdoor tables encourage relaxing in true Italian urban style, where you can gossip over a cappuccino, replenish with a plate of pasta and watch the world go by.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
£25 and under
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Venue Details & Map
Spaghetti House - Bryanston Street
47 Bryanston StreetLondonW1H 7DN
- +44 (0)20 7724 9615
Facilities & Accessibility
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Halal options on menu
- Kosher options on menu
- Nut-free option on menu
- Outdoor dining / Beer garden
- Vegetarian options on menu
Top 5 reviews of Spaghetti House - Bryanston Street
Not worth the visit. The pasta sauce was dull and boring, the meatballs were overcooked and like stones. Pushy wait-staff that kept trying to upcharge us for items. I was very dissatisfied and should have just got a sandwich at a place around the block. more
We had dinner here tonight and loved it! We probably arrived at 5-5:30pm, and we were seated immediately. The restaurant was easy to find by foot (we walked from the Hyatt on Churchill), clean and family-friendly.
For our 6 year old we ordered a fried dough appetizer that came with a tomato sauce (which was really good but I forgot the name of the dish) and a very good sized-dish of... more
Mixed feelings! The bruschetta bread was not very impressive and neither were the tomatoes - may just be out of season. The pasta - which I was told is fresh- is not. Or at least it wasn't your typical softer / chewier feeling you get with fresh pasta. The saving grace though, was the soup. Holy crap if this isn't the best soup I've ever had. more
EXCELLENT!!! Visiting from L.A. And didn't want to eat at the hotel again. So I looked for a place close by. I found Spaghetti House. I set my expectations low so I wouldn't be disappointed (I have VERY high standards for fine dining, particularly Italian). I figured it should be OK, but wasn't expecting to be wowed.
WOW!! Despite the casual atmosphere the food was excellent. My wife and I... more
Nice little place with affordable food. I particularly liked that they had a "noodle free" option that included spiralized carrots and zucchini rather than pasta. I don't eat carbs so this was an exciting find!! Wait staff very accommodating. more