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The Sghetti Monster


Mobile pasta warriors flinging sghetti directly into your mush

sghettimonster@gmail.com

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The Sghetti Monster


Mobile pasta warriors flinging sghetti directly into your mush

sghettimonster@gmail.com

Newcastle street food

The Sghetti Monster is a mobile food trailer based in the North East of England, here to sling some fresh, delicious pasta into your mush. 

We give pasta the attention it deserves and strip it of its stodgy, sloppy stigma. We're a bit stupid but always delicious. 

"Pasta so good I felt as if an entire orchestra of flavour was playing a tasty tune in my mouth." - The guy with the glasses in that picture, 2016.

"A throng of wild flavours hosting a debauched get together on my tastebuds, with VIP access for the garlic croutons." - Not pictured but definitely a real person, 2016.

"Who needs friends when you have bolognese?" - Billy No Mates, Cobalt Business Park, 2016

"[The Big Mac and Cheese] would make a great sandwich." - Candice Brown, British Auckland Food Festival, 2018.

 

EVENT CATERING

Got something planned and need pasta? Corporate lunches/training days, weddings, birthday parties (we are a hit with kids, just FYI). Drop us a line! 

WHAT? WHERE?

Check Facebook and Twitter for regular updates and Instagram for pics. Also not to toot our own horns or anything but we totally have the highest food hygiene rating.

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Sghetti Stories


Sghetti Stories


Before they were business partners, Victoria Barone and Phil Lauder were (and still are) members of the Super Marra Sandwich Club. Activities included drinking beer, playing pool and eating sandwiches. 

A collective love of cooking, pasta, and cooking pasta, brought them together to form the Sghetti Monster. An affectionate term that incorporates both spiritual and practical aspects of their personalities. 

Phil is known to scoff meatballs on the sneaks (sneakballs).

Victoria has a debilitating crouton addiction.