Restaurant review – The Old Spaghetti Factory (Vancouver) January 26, 2008Posted by Raul in dining out, Gastown, Vancouver.
There is no better way to spend a nice lunch than with extended family and friends, at a great restaurant: The Old Spaghetti Factory. We went to the Gastown location, although I have been there and to other locations with J, my brother, and other friends. I recognize I should have written this review LONG ago, but anyways.
The great thing about the OSF is that there is no way in hell you will not be full at the end of your meal. I ordered a spicy chorizo penne, and to be honest, I don’t think I could have eaten it all had it not been for the fact that I had not had breakfast (I was too busy trying to finish off some work, as I knew that my afternoon was a total write-off – I had family members visiting).
The food is, as always, great. The staff (servers and host) were very nice, greeted us with drinks and bread and butter, and provided us with soft drinks refills all the way. So I can’t complain. The best part was visiting with extended family, but also it was very nice to just have some really good food. If you have a large group, it’s really worth the price of the food (less than $ 20.00 for a REALLY GOOD lunch). I’d seriously recommend it.