London restaurant group Spaghetti House has announced the launch of its eleventh site in the city, due to open at Westfield shopping centre in April at a cost of £1m.
The 168-cover restaurant with open kitchen will serve shoppers an ‘authentic Italian’ menu of stonebaked pizza and pasta dishes, all of which have been prepared with local produce or imported Italian ingredients.
A high seated counter will lead into the main body of the restaurant, which is described as a ‘contemporary retro’ combination of booth seating, red leather banquettes and iconic Italian images.
Stefana Lavarini, marketing director of Spaghetti House, said: “Going back to our family roots and resisting the appeal of trends and rollout interiors means getting to the heart of our brand, based on the heritage and evolution of our original site.”
Spaghetti House first launched in London at Goodge Street 50 years ago, and now operates branches in Bond Street, Oxford Street, Leicester Square and Knightsbridge among others.