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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 of northern Italy, and cured meats from the Fontana family. Opened 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 wine available to pair with any dish. The restaurants' interiors are styled in a quirky Mediterranean design, with many featuring Vespas and cosy booths.
No issues using the groupon spp
1st time we visited without groupon was great but I decided to come back with groupon and the menu was limited and food was not as good I sat under a fan which I suffered at a later stage not good
Food very good , service excellent x
great service from Ryan and staff. menu 10/10
Quite disappointed. Food was not great, hot desserts were cold when they arrived at the table. Service wasn't great either, waiter seemed all over the place. It took him and the manager a long time to fix the bill when they overcharged us..
Not likely to go back
Great value and good portions with each course.Beautiful deserts.
Food ok. Pizza and pasta pretty dry. Service mega slow
Good meal and good deal but my extras came to the same price. Ordered garlic bread for one and a garlic bread pizza appeared. Wine cost was £8 for s large white wine. That seemed high. Waiting staff were very helpful recommending pasta dishes
When we ordered our meal the reply was that they didn't have any spaghetti...………..an Italian restaurant without any spaghetti??????
Staff lovely and meal excellent. Only fault was price of drinks.
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