We tried going to the Olive Garden since it's closer to our house, but they were crazy busy, so we ended up here. So happy we did. Yum! So you park in back, and you have to walk around to the street side to get...More
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Just your standard spaghetti factory - same as everyone you come across - not crazy gourmet - just basic pasta which will never leave any surprises. Disappointed that they no longer include iced tea with the meal. This, in addition to price increases through the...More
We were tired after a long day and looking for comfort food. This was just the place. It was after 8pm when we got there and while the rush was just leaving the place was in order. Our server was prompt and friendly and made...More
Nice cozy place but the food is plain and simple. Nothing fancy even the taste is not so great. I was expecting so much for the spicy spaghetti vesuvius but my taste bud wasn't so happy even their baked lasagna. My family and friends went...More
Met with good friends from India. Went early (5:30pm) and the place was quiet for a Wednesday afternoon catch-up session. The hostess was very pleasant and sat us away from a large family gathering. We had a very pleasant dinner and conversation which lasted about...More
Slightly higher prices than other OSF and portions were slightly smaller. With so many other great restaurants, I'd suggest going elsewhere.
We travelled as part of an excursion group to an historical landmark. The pre-planned dinner stop was at the Old Spaghetti Factory in Rancho Cucamonga. Our meal included a small, delicious salad and hot bread. While the spaghetti was absolutely delicious (especially with the cold,...More
Great decor with lofty ceilings and lovely woodwork more fitting an exclusive club rather than a restaurant chain! Very warm and inviting with food and service to match.
Food was ice cold when served. Our waiter was a moron. Waited around 20 minutes for a drink order. You'd get better service buying a hot dog at 7-11.