Bella Italia Family Review

Chris & Louis at Bella ItaliaLast weekend we visited Bella Italia to try out their exciting new menu. After a busy Saturday in town, we thought a trip to one of their restaurants for dinner would be the perfect way to end the day.

Bella Italia is everything you would expect from an Italian family restaurant. Generous, hearty and of course delicious. It has a feel good family vibe to it. From fun booths, to cool car seats and trendy lighting, its a place you can really relax into and enjoy being in. Children are well looked after with fun colouring and activity packs and a great children’s menu that caters for the different age groups and tastes.

Children’s Menu

Adults and children alike will find all the Italian favourites on the menu. From calamari to pizzas and of course every type of pasta you can imagine. The choices are extensive but not overwhelming. The options, particularly the children’s ones are perfectly pitched and the portions generous. Bella Italia offers a Piccolo menu for 2-6 year olds and the Grande menu for 7-11 year olds. Both of which come with starters, mains, dessert and a drink for an incredibly reasonably £5.95 and £7.95 respectively.

Adults Menu

There’s a lot on offer for the adults too. With 17 exciting new additions on their menu and drink options to suit every selection. We had a round of starters, mains and desserts and let’s just say that we were all more than suitably full by the end of the night. We’ll definitely be back soon to try out Bella Italia’s breakfast and Christmas menus and I have to say, we are already pretty excited!

Bella Italia lit sign

Ella eating Bella Italia's gamberoni

Louis eating Ciao Chicken at Bella Italia

Ella & Louis on the Bella Italia scooter



Disclosure; This is a collaborative post. However all thoughts and options are my own and you will only ever find reviews of things we love on our blog.



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