Bella Roma (Manchester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... you need to be aware of. Firstly, we have only visited and ate on their special offer menus which are advertised outside. You can pick any starter, main course and coffee for about £7.95. Be aware that when you go in, they will not give you this menu, but the general menu and we had to ask for the special offer that they had advertised in the window. It was no bother, this was swapped for us straight away. I can understand that this restaurant could be seen as overpriced if you had eaten on the normal menu. The garlic mushrooms are the best, and you watch your food being cooked. The stone baked pizza is lovely, cooked just how y... more
Customer Bella Roma (Manchester) Reviews (4)
by - written on 13/10/09 (Useful, 39 readings)
Reading these reviews, I can't believe they are the same restaurant we have had many a good meal in. We often visit here as it is local to Canal Street, however there are a few things you need to be aware of. Firstly, we have only visited and ate on their special offer menus which are advertised outside. You can pick any starter, main course and coffee for about £7.95. Be aware that when you go in, they will not give you this menu, but the general menu and we had to ask for the special offer that they had advertised in the window. It was no bother, this was swapped for us straight away. I can understand that this restaurant could be seen as overpriced if you had ... Read the complete review
by ostuni - written on 21/04/08
Spent a lovely evening at Bella Roma with a group of friends. Good wine and lovely big plate of pasta followed by homemade tiramisu. As it was my birthday they took the time to decorate the table and the tiramisu was on the house with candles in it too. I will definately be going back soon to sample some more of the food.
by - written on 06/07/07 (Useful, 101 readings)
I went there on my own one Saturday night and should have heeded the warning sign that it was almost empty. I ordered pasta (cannelloni) and a green salad and an orange juice and soda which at £2.95 was very expensive and I had to remind them of it when it didn't arrive after about five minutes. The cannelloni when it came was ok although it was over rich - the sauce was very cheesy (cheddar?) and there was a slightly strange taste to it. The salad was swimming in a very vinegary dressing and the leaves were well past their best. I decided to risk dessert - allegedly home cooked. I asked if they had a semifreddo (it was on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/02, updated on 29/04/02 (Very useful, 559 readings)
Well skip the gangster bit, and the rest’s true. On Friday we were hungry. Which meant we wanted to eat. And being able to cook as badly as we do, meant there was only one solution – a restaurant. As part of my quest to try every Italian place in Manchester, we ended up at Bella Roma. Situated just yards from Don Antonio’s, Bella Roma is also just minutes from the city centre. It’s on Portland Street, opposite the Britannia Hotel and around the corner from Piccadilly Gardens. There’s some on-road parking nearby, and plenty of car park spaces if all the latter are gone. It’s walkable from Piccadilly station (go down the ... Read the complete review
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