Bella Italia located at 39 Ranelagh St, Liverpool L1 1JP, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 459 8133

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yellow man

5 Google Rating

Very good food for a chain restaurant. I was honestly surprised. Staff were absolutely fantastic and

5/ 5

Very good food for a chain restaurant. I was honestly surprised. Staff were absolutely fantastic and went above and beyond.

Ian Higson

5 Google Rating

Service and food excellent. Waiter was really good with my two young grandchildren. Full marks.

5/ 5

Service and food excellent. Waiter was really good with my two young grandchildren. Full marks.

Dennis Ellis

4 Google Rating

This is a lovely restaurant situated just a few yards away from the entrance to Central Station in L

4/ 5

This is a lovely restaurant situated just a few yards away from the entrance to Central Station in Liverpool. We had a really good tasty meal, well presented and the staff were very attentive. There was lots of room in the restaurant.

D L

5 Google Rating

Very good birthday night last night. Many thanks to the whole restaurant for singing happy birthday

5/ 5

Very good birthday night last night. Many thanks to the whole restaurant for singing happy birthday at the behest of Zantony. Good food. Busy night. Made no difference to the attentive sevice we enjoyed. Many thanks. ;)

Deb Bowmore

2 Google Rating

Not made to feel massively welcome. Although already busy kept trying to seat tables of 12/14 peopl

2/ 5

Not made to feel massively welcome. Although already busy kept trying to seat tables of 12/14 people who were told to wait right beside our table. One table of 14 was place right infront of the accessible toilet. Being in a Wheelchair this meant whenever I needed to use the facilities I had to get them to move out the way.

Jackie Lou

4 Google Rating

Partner and I went out for a date night and were very impressed. Was seated very quickly and ordered

4/ 5

Partner and I went out for a date night and were very impressed. Was seated very quickly and ordered from the set menu, 3 courses for £17.99 which is amazing value for the food we got. Portions were decently sized and the food was delicious! Staff were lovely and attentive even as the restaurant got busy. Only down side (and the reason for a 4 instead of 5 stars) was the price of the drinks! Be wary as they definitely add up on the final bill 😂 Will 100% be returning though, can definitely see this restaurant becoming a regular visit!

Steven Baker

5 Google Rating

Good food.. Good service.. reasonably priced.. worth a visit if you like Italian food

5/ 5

Good food.. Good service.. reasonably priced.. worth a visit if you like Italian food

John butler

5 Google Rating

Very busy and we were lucky to get a table. Staff friendly quick service although busy. Food very go

5/ 5

Very busy and we were lucky to get a table. Staff friendly quick service although busy. Food very good

SigmaFO

3 Google Rating

It's okay food but the only issue is that its food that you can make yourself nothing is fresh despi

3/ 5

It's okay food but the only issue is that its food that you can make yourself nothing is fresh despite having so many opportunities round them to have fresh goods. If you dine here you are likely paying for the company with others.

Stephanie May

5 Google Rating

First time visiting Bella Italia and it was lovely. Food was delicious and service was great. Sadl

5/ 5

First time visiting Bella Italia and it was lovely. Food was delicious and service was great. Sadly they didn't have our first choices of desserts but our second choices were amazing anyway! Thanks for a lovely evening.

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