I can’t say I’ve ever been overly enthusiastic about visiting a Spaghetti House restaurant, I’ve only ever really seen them in very touristy areas and you never really hear much about them. I think the idea of it being a chain restaurant has always put me off, I’m often told that when it comes to Italian food It’s best to stick to the little independent family run businesses. Although in some cases I am sure this is very true, when it comes to the Spaghetti House on Goodge Street, this is not the case. I cannot fault a single thing I ate. And I ate A LOT. We started by sharing three little dishes. Mozzarella and Tomatoes, Dough balls with grated Padano and Fried Zucchini. All of it was INSANE. The mozzarella made me feel like I was in Italy. Which doesn’t happen often in central London so big points were scored there. The portion of dough balls was absurd, I probably ate an entire pizza’s worth of dough but enjoyed every second of it so I’ll let them get away with it . Zucchini fries are my favourite, I can never resist them when they’re on a menu and these were absolutely spot on. For main I was boring and went for Spaghetti Bolognese. When in Rome, ey! I’m usually quite critical of bolognese, because I truly believe my Mum’s (and now mine) is the best. I’m normally an ‘on top’ and not ‘mixed in’ kind of girl but this won me over. I even had some leftovers for breakfast the next day. I know normal people don’t eat spag bol for breakfast but when It’s that good It’s impossible to leave it in the fridge until lunch! My dining partner aka manager Louise went for the Panciotti in guazzetto which was absolutely delicious and for desert we shared the Nutella Pizza, which obviously needs to explanation. If you’re passing a Spaghetti House and wonder why you’ve never been, go get stuck in to some good old fashioned Italian food. I DARE YA.