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 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.
wasn't great the pizza was over cooked the cheesecake tasted poor won't rush back
Gave it one star as we asked for the allergen information THREE times and were not given it. Southend Bella Italia not good, service very very slow even though the place was empty and one staff surly; must have had a bad day, but it was not a good experience. If you have allergies avoid this particular one. I have complained and Bella Italia are investigating
Nice atmosphere and good service
Lively atmosphere and good service.
Food was overcooked and dry, would not recommend this place
Bella italia Southend was relaxed and the food and service excellent.....
Basildon however was the total opposite!!
We visited Hempsted valley restaurant the food was very nice but the staff were very lazy