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. This intimate restaurant in the heart of Oxford Street/Regent Street is an oasis for shoppers and local workers. From breakfast to snacks to full meals, the food and wine is of the highest quality, with outside seating to graze in the sun. Two sides have floor to ceiling windows mixed with the simplicity of the interior design of bare bricks and vibrant colours such as the ruby red and pistachio of the soft furnishing, which lend themselves to perfectly offset the black and white framed prints on the walls. A run of banquette seating, straw chairs, stone tiles and wood flooring contribute to the lively, urban feel of this restaurant. The menu offers sharing appetisers, classic dishes using the Lavarini family recipes and many new updated regional dishes such as Costata di manzo char-grilled, 21 days aged Scottish rib-eye steak on the bone, served with fried potatoes. Families are welcome with the 'Menu per Bambini' for children under 10 together with a children's activity book to keep them amused.