Dear diners, please be aware that on Fridays and Saturdays, tables reserved between 6pm and 7pm must be vacated by 8:20pm. Please also note that reservations for six people or more must be made at least 24 hours in advance. A £10 deposit per person is also required in this instance.
Far from an endangered species but with only one pair in the wilds of Greater London, the Spaghetti Tree family are distinct Italian restaurants, each imparting a particular flavour. Here, at Spaghetti Tree Sutton, the atmosphere is that of a cosy Italian trattoria: smaller, more intimate, but offering the same traditional and affordable Italian cuisine as its twin in Walton-on-the-Hill. Home-style cooking is the order of the day here, whether you book in for the set lunch – always popular among workers local to Spaghetti Tree’s premises at the Station Parade end of Brighton Road – or the a la carte menu.
Very atmospheric, friendly scicillian restaurant, serving excellent food. Went there for my birthday celebration, brilliant. Six of us went, we had the steak in peppercorn sauce, seafood risotto, chicken with Gorgonzola, spaghetti Bolognese. Chicken was bit too big, and a little dry, but apart from that would have given it a 6/6
Family friendly restaurant with a pleasant buzzy atmosphere. Staff are very sociable and attentive. Good choice of food and today's main was delicious! Close to transport links so quite easy to get to.
Fantastic food attentive and friendly staff overall a true Italian experience prices absolutely fantastic considering portion size definitely a place to go and spend that perfect evening
Spaghetti Tree occupies an enviable position in Sutton, right on Station Parade where Brighton Road turns into the High Street. With such a central location, it’s no wonder that this Italian restaurant has become a default destination for many in this corner of Greater London. No restaurant, however, no matter how conveniently placed, could succeed if it failed to offer superlative food. Spaghetti Tree is no exception, perfectly balancing a modern approach to Italian cuisine with the traditions demanded of any decent Italian trattoria-style eatery worth its smoked salt.
Sampling the perennially popular set lunch menu is a good way to get acquainted with this family-run Sutton Italian restaurant. Choose from deep-fried mozzarella parcels on a bed of Arrabiata sauce or the stuffed and baked mushrooms with minced meat, spinach, mozzarella and tomato sauce to start. Classic Italian mains like chicken breast cooked in a creamy mushroom and white wine sauce or the salmon fillet doused in a sauce of brandied cream and mushrooms, baby prawns and tomato are hearty dishes that are sure to satisfy. Finish with desserts made daily at Spaghetti Tree’s Station Parade premises and be sure to book in for a full evening of a la carte dining soon.