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. The restaurant is located in 'The Loft', directly above the bustling communal dining area overlooking 'The Atrium' and just below the cinema complex. The restaurant has a 'contemporary retro' style first seen at the flagship restaurant in Goodge Street W1 in 1955, an eye-catching high seating counter leads you into the main restaurant boasting an impressive 'temperature controlled' wine display, with a combination of red leather banquette, booth seating, iconic Italian images and a unique Italian music profile. Theatre is provided by the chefs in the open kitchen preparing the pasta dishes to order whilst the pizzas are served from the flame fired oven. 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.