A very Spaghetti Christmas

A very Spaghetti Christmas

The Spaghetti House is gearing up for some tasty pre-Christmas dinner parties.

By Lucy Stephens | 24th November 2014

Christmas is just around the corner, which apart from an excuse to pull out those daggy Christmas tree earrings with flashing lights, and playing Mariah's All I Want For Christmas on repeat, it also means it’s time to organise those pre-Christmas dinner parties with friends, family or colleagues.

Wear your loose-fitting jeans and trade in the traditional Christmas turkey and trimmings for the ultimate Italian esperienza at The Spaghetti House. With three wise men-us to choose from, the whole family will be saying “bellissimo” in no time.

Choose from Oro, Argento and Bronzo (Gold, Silver and Bronze) menus, designed to satisfy a range of appetites and budgets. All menus feature an antipasto platter followed by Christmas feast – Italian style – and your choice from a selection of pastas even Nonna would be proud of. The Oro also includes an entrée, and both the Oro and Argento menus offer a ‘dolce’ for those with a sweet tooth.

Buon appetito!

Oro 4-course menu: $55pp

Start off your meal with an antipasto appetiser followed by a entrée of Gorgonzola Figs and an assortment of breads. For the main, choose from 4 different pasta options and top it off with a liqueur-based dessert, including a Tiramisu espresso coffee.

Argento 4-course menu: $45pp

Much like the Oro, you will start off with an antipasto appetiser. A 4-person pasta platter, with your choice of sauce and pasta, follows this. Enjoy a panzanella salad afterwards as well as a liquer-based dessert, including a Tiramisu espresso coffee.

Bronzo 3-course menu: $35pp

Enjoy an antipasto appetiser followed by a 4-person pasta platter, with your choice of sauce and pasta. You will then be treated to a panzanella salad to top off your meal.

(*Vegetarian and gluten free options available)

The Spaghetti House
120 Boundary st, West End
P 3844 4844

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Article by Lucy Stephens

Lucy Stephens is a Senior Digital Journalist and Content Strategist at Style Magazines. She's a travel addict, considers gelato an appropriate meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner (salted caramel, preferably), and suffers from a moderate to severe case of FOMO (fear of missing out).