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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.
Food very bland, first time and definitely my laat!!
Great food and great service
Very nice food great service and surou
Very welcoming staff and excellent food. Great value for the money.
Good food beautifully presented. Staff very friendly and attentive. Will definitely be returning.
Groupon made it a very reasonable night out.
7.59 for a glass of wine 😳
No issues loads of helpful staff nice happy place to spend the night.
Good choice of food on the fixed menu, service was great and the food was good. Drinks are too expensive but otherwise good
We were made to feel like second class citizens we waited a hour for our food when other people who came in after us we served first in fact the couple who came in just after us had eaten there meal and paid there bill before we got our meal. I asked three times for another drink for my grandson before he got it. I did complain when l paid the bill which was wrong first time as they charged us for the children's starters when it was supposed to be a meal deal the excuse was we didn't have the desert so l pointed out they didn't have chance to have one as nobody came to ask what they wanted. The bill was returned eventually with only the children meals on so I got a free glass of wine as a manager discount but the manager didn't say sorry or explain that she had done this. I did tell them that if the groupon voucher was supposed to promote the business they had fail miserably.