Spaghetti House Sicilian Avenue
About Spaghetti House Sicilian Avenue
It took the warmth and passion of the folks behind Spaghetti House to convince postwar London to give Italian cooking a try way back in the 1950’s, and we’ve been flocking here ever since. This branch is set in a
Victorian pedestrian walkway where the warm weather brings diners out onto the pavement, a little bit of Italy in urbe. As good as the location may be, the best reason to eat here is that the food is just sooooo good.
Pasta, in all its glory, is at the centre of the menu. You’d be hard-pressed to find a better fettuccine alfredo or spaghetti bolognese, even at twice the price. But the starters, salads, pizzas, and meat and
fish courses are just as good. Try chicken with lemon and pine nut sauce or salmon with pesto, and the wine list is so reasonably priced you can afford to experiment. This branch is near the British Museum and the inns of court, two other great British institutions.
Full a la carte
Bruschetta al pomodoro
Tricolore (mozzarella, tomato, avocado drizzled with fresh basil pesto)
Gamberetti ed avocado (prawns & avocado)
Starters from £2.95 - £6.95
Spaghetti aglio olio e peperoncino (virgin olive oil, garlic & chilli)
Garganelli funghi a zucchine (sauteed mushrooms, courgettes & spicy tomato sauce)
Pizza Caprino (mozzarella, goats cheese and roasted red peppers)
Pesce bianco - (hallibut with lemon butter sauce and salad)
Filetto ai porcini (fillet steak with roasted shallots dried porcini mushrooms & fried potatoes)
Main courses from £5.95 - £15.50
Desserts from £3.95:
-Tagliata di Frutta Fresca (fresh fruit salad)
-Cassata Siciliana (slice of mixed Italian ice-cream)
-Tiramisu (cream cake with coffee and liqueur)
-Tortina di Fragole (strawberry tartlet)
20 Sicilian Avenue, Vernon Place, WC1A 2QD
Mon - Thur 12pm - 11pm. Fri - Sat 12pm- 11.30pm.