Spaghetti House has a rustic dining area but feels a bit dated. There is seating on the lower level as well as a few outdoor seats. The upstairs restaurant is not very spacious and feels a bit cramped. The menu is colourful and quite a few of the items look enticing. The staff are quick to take orders and also to bring the bill at the end of the meal.
The Monte Bianco pizza came on a wooden board. This pizza had no tomato sauce. The toppings were sundried tomatoes, aubergine slices, tender-stem broccoli, mushrooms, mozzarella and Parmesan. When it was first served, it lacked some colour in the toppings. After checking the menu, it seemed that the broccoli, mushrooms and the sundried tomatoes were missing. The staff were notified and they took the pizza back to the kitchen. Finally, the corrected pizza was served.
The pizza at Spaghetti House was actually quite tasty. The base was crispy and the vegetables were cooked nicely. There was enough flavour from the vegetables and the bread base, that the lack of tomato sauce was not missed.
Spaghetti House is an average Italian restaurant and does reasonable food. Service is fast if you happen to be in a hurry and want a quick bite to eat.
Spaghetti House, 24 Cranbourn Street, London, WC2H 7ABRating: