Two Course Italian Meal For Two (£18) or Four (£31) With Wine at Godfather Pizza House (Up to 61% Off)
- Traditional Italian restaurant running for over 20 years
- Locally sourced and fresh ingredients used
- Main with starter or dessert plus glass of wine each
- Mains include: pizzas, pastas, and grills
- Desserts such as tiramisu and banoffee pie
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Tue-Sun 5pm-11pm, last sitting 10pm. Excludes Tuscan Grille and Metro Pizza. Must be 18 or older with valid ID to consume alcohol. Service charge not included. Original price based on most expensive options. Original values verified 8 May 2012 at 5pm.
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Enhanced by the flavours of Italian tradition, this family-run establishment has been cooking up fresh food from family recipes for over 20 years. Century old techniques are brought to life with fresh fruit, vegetables, and plenty of locally sourced ingredients. Set within rustic yet contemporary surrounds, the restaurant oozes a classic, pizza house style.
Diners will begin by tucking into starters such as BBQ chicken wings, and goats' cheese garlic bread (both £3.90). Main dishes span from pastas like the spaghetti gamberoni with tiger prawns (£7.80), to the trademark Godfather pizza with meatballs, pepperoni, red onions and roquito peppers (£7.30). Meanwhile, teeth of the sweeter disposition can enjoy a dessert such as profiteroles, or banoffee pie (both £3.80). Customers will also recieve a glass of wine (£3.10)each, helping to wash meals down smoothly.
Choose from the following options:
• £18 for two courses of Italian fare for two with wine (Up to 55% off)
• £31 for two courses of Italian fare for four with wine (Up to 61% off)
Though still waiting for widespread review, The Lancashire Telegraph website lists positive write-ups for The Godfather Pizza House from The Lancashire Telegraph and The Bolton News. Both critics were impressed with the quality of the starters and pizzas themselves.
For the mains, we both went straight to the pizza menu — I had a kind of spicy hot concoction with chicken and more chillies while her indoors opted for the more conservative pepperoni. The pair were an absolute delight, with crisp crusts and soft bases, and packed with wonderfully tasty toppings.
– Andrew Greaves, The Bolton News, Jan 2011
The garlic bread, as expected from the name, was spicy and didn't last long on our table The garlic mushrooms and antipasto also got the thumbs-up.
– Kimberley Hall, Lancashire Telegraph, Aug 2010