From Our Editors
Bella Italia prides itself on sourcing authentic Italian ingredients for their traditional cuisine. They import pasta from the Gaetarelli family near Lake Garda, tomato sauce from the Emilia-Romagna region in northern Italy, and cured meats from the Fontana family. Established in 1991, Bella Italia boasts eateries across the length and breadth of England, including the cities of London, Manchester, Leeds and Oxford. Their menu features a wide range of pizzas, pastas and Italian classics, with an array of wines available to pair with any dish. The restaurants' interiors are styled in a quirky Mediterranean design, with many featuring Vespas and cosy booths.
Lovely meal.Good service.
Staff are helpful when trying to decide which meal to try with ingredients that are sometimes not to everybodies tastes
But always very polite
Went to the Bella Italia @ Gloucester Quays, not only is the Quays a brilliant shopping and leisure place with loads of designer shops and restaurants but the Bella Italia was superb. Staff really friendly, food was brilliant and myself and my partner agreed the best one we’ve been to. Well worth the voucher, and recommended this to anyone.
Excellent food is the norm at this establishment that we have frequented on numerous occasions.
The let down is the service, which is either excellent or poor, which unfortunately on this occasion was the latter.
Very good value and good food
Love the food good service
My wife and I opted for the three course meal and we were not disappointed. The food was exceptional and to cap it all the service was excellent as well.
Was strange really it was a weekday lunchtime and we were on the way to our hotel in Cardiff for s 2 day break . The Bella Italian in Cheltenham is amazing but this one I’m wasn’t impressed with. The manager squished us on a little table for two up a corner where it was dark and yet the whole restaurant had nice available seating . We wouldn’t go there again
Excellent place to enjoy a really lovely meal.