Spaghetteria is a place where chefs are devoted to the art of producing and cooking pasta. There are now more than ten pasta bars in the Netherlands. The first restaurant in Rotterdam is located at the Nieuwe Binnenweg, you can now find the second one at the Pannekoekstraat.
The Italian chefs serve the fresh pasta in six different dishes on a daily changing menu. The dishes are straightforward and originate in traditional recipes based on fresh products. Full of flavor and without any ado. You can enjoy the pasta in an informal atmosphere, inside or on the terrace.
At Spaghetteria they produce their own fresh pasta in the laboratorio. Historically, almost every Italian village has a so-called laboratorio artigianale, an artisanal workplace where merely pasta is being produced. At Spaghetteria they use two different types of flour produced by small-scale manufactures from Tuscany and Umbria and free-range eggs. The pasta makers work around the clock to produce all different kinds of pasta shapes and sizes.
Spaghetteria is happy it now operates two pasta bars in Rotterdam as they are convinced the formula fits the character of the city perfectly. Honest, high quality, for a good price and without too much fuss.
The restaurant is located on a popular street which is part of the so-called Maho Quarter. The area consists of the block Pannekoekstraat, Botersloot and Nieuwemarkt, between Meent and Blaak. At the heart of the area is the statue ‘The Virgin of Holland’ from 1874 by sculptor Joseph Graven, after whom the district was named In the district, you can easily spend a whole day. There are countless bars and restaurants to discover, each with its own distinctive cuisine and interior. From a chic snack of stew and chips with gin and tonic and caviar at Tante Nel, Greek delicacies at DeliGriek or you can slurp oysters at Brasserie Pierre.