Pancho Akihabara

A restaurant famous for its large portions of nostalgic-tasting spaghetti

Spaghetti

The restaurant’s super-sized plate of spaghetti has an overwhelming visual impact. There is a selection of spaghetti sauces, from Ragu to Carbonara, with the nostalgic tomato ketchup flavored Napolitan as the centerpiece. While you can choose the service size of pasta (at no additional charge), be prepared if you are planning to super-size an already hearty portion.
The sauces combine well with the thick spaghetti, which makes it a great pairing.
It is also possible to customize your order by adding a Sunny Side Up Egg, thick-cut bacon, and grilled shredded cheese.

Highlights

  • The nostalgic tomato ketchup flavored Napolitan spaghetti.
  • A choice of pasta portions between 300g-600g at no extra charge.
  • A wide selection of toppings.

Photos

  • Napolitan

    Napolitan

  • Ragu

    Ragu

  • A wide selection of toppings

    A wide selection of toppings

  • The Exterior

    The Exterior

  • The Menu

    The Menu

  • Stairs leading to the Underground Entrance

    Stairs leading to the Underground Entrance

  • The Entrance

    The Entrance

  • Meal ticket machine

    Meal ticket machine

  • A representative example from the Menu

    A representative example from the Menu

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Details

Name in Japanese
スパゲッティーのパンチョ 秋葉原店
Postal Code
101-0021
Address
B1F Matsui Building, 3-13-5 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Telephone number
03-3256-7660
Closed
No holidays
※Closed for New Year’s holidays
Business Hours
Weekdays: 11:00am-10:00pm
Weekends and holidays: 11:00am-9:00pm
Budget
800-1,500yen
Access
(1) About 3 minutes on foot from Suehirocho Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
(2) About 5 minutes on foot from Electric Town Gate of Akihabara Station on the JR Yamanote, Keihin-Tohoku and Chuo-Sobu Lines
Credit Cards
Not accepted
Takeout
Available
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)