Spaghetti House prides itself on offering great Italian food to everyone, whether a visitor to the capital or a local down the street. Their 'passione' for service, comfort, food and value-for-money keeps guests coming back for more. Set up by friends, Simone Lavarini and Lorenzo Fraquelli, Spaghetti House has been part of London since 1955, serving mouth-watering Italian food to generations of Londoners and visitors. Next door to the famous London landmark, the English National Opera, Spaghetti House is not only the perfect pre or post show meal, but it is also a place where one can gossip over a cappuccino, replenish with a plate of pasta and watch the world go by. The menu holds all the traditional favourites, beautifully updated and freshly prepared. There are also many regional dishes which succeed in bringing a true taste of Italian cuisine to London, and an adventurous wine list to choose from. Top up your meal with a grappa and a cappuccino for a full experience. Large, airy and buzzy, this is a corner of Italy in the heart of London. A stone's throw from Trafalgar Square and the New Portrait Gallery as well as the Garrick and Duke of York Theatres.