I couldn’t believe it’s more than 3 years already since we have last visited The Old Spaghetti House at Robinsons Galleria. We were finally able to drop by this pasta place again yesterday to have dinner. Father and son each had a plate of pasta while yours truly had rice meal.
This Italian Sausage with Vodka in Creamy Tomato Sauce was hubby’s order. Of course, I had to try it, too. To be honest, I had no idea how vodka tastes like, but I read somewhere that good vodka doesn’t really taste like anything. That’s probably the reason why I couldn’t taste any alcohol in it. The taste was mild but not bland, the pasta was firm to the bite, and the serving was adequate. Hubby and I both liked this.
Because we couldn’t decide what food to get our son, we settled for a Pinoy pasta. Mylene’s Creamy Pinoy is spaghetti with garlic longganisa and tinapa flakes in white sauce. This is a must-try! The smoky-garlicky flavors were delightful but not overpowering. I’d love to have this again on our next visit. Our son enjoyed it, too, sprinkled with powder Parmesan cheese. He said it’s yummy!
My order was Fish Fillet with Cucumber-Mustard Sauce. It was a very simple dish, but what I liked about it is that the pan-fried dory fillet was served fresh, hot and crispy. The fresh leafy greens were also a welcome addition.
Overall, we had a light but satisfying dinner at The Old Spaghetti house. We noticed, though, that were only a few waitstaff available to attend to customers’ needs at that time, but the person who served us was really accommodating.
The Old Spaghetti House
3rd Level, Robinsons Galleria