Spaghetti Junction

Just moments from the Guildhall Square, Free Derry Corner, and Waterloo Street’s bustling Irish pubs, you’ll find a little slice of Italy.

Step into Spaghetti Junction, and you’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve been transported to a traditional trattoria. It’s filled with colourful murals, checked tablecloths and old streetlamps, black and white photos of bygone legends, and the delicious scent of authentic Sicilian and Italian cuisine.

Alongside the delicious classic pizzas and hearty pastas, Head Chef Alessandro Colletti’s love of seafood is reflected in the menu through sharing platters and dishes such as paccheri alla marinara. Fresh catch – mussels, seabass, monkfish, squid, seabream and more – is sourced daily from Irish shores. Spaghetti Junction also makes the most of the celebrated Lough Foyle Irish Flat Oyster when in season.

And then, of course, there’s the atmosphere: as warm and welcoming as you’d expect from an Italian-Irish restaurant, with friendly staff, a family feel, and regular live music nights. Buon appetito!


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