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Bellaria Restaurant & Wine Bar
71 Great Titchfield StreetLondonW1W 6RB
I've now been to Bellaria three times and would consider it a noteworthy spot for dependable food, service, wine and ambiance. Though not my favourite Italian hangout in London, if you're looking for something central the restaurant has a good mix of classics and different specials to try. On two of our visits we booked ahead with either Bookatable or a London Restaurant Festival offering and...more
Some pretty average Italian really.
We were seated downstairs in a corner that looked like an old fire place and smelt incredibly damp. The area was cramped and it was difficult to get in and out of the table.
We all ate pasta and shared a couple of starters between four with a bottle of red. The total came to £33 per person which seemed a bit steep for what we got. Had an ok time but...more
Another restaurant to add to my favourites! Such a delightful and charming authentic Italian in Fitzrovia. Great food and great wine in perfectly equal measure!
The downstairs room is full of character and a great atmosphere, so be sure to request a table down there as opposed to the slightly contrasting stark street level option. Bare brick, dim lighting and wonderful service made for a...more
My flatmates and I celebrated locking down our first London flat with dinner at Bellaria. It was a fantastic night actually - good food, wine & ambience topped with delightful company and conversations. I left in great spirits. Also, looking forward to coming back and dining with a larger party in their beautiful downstairs dining area (if you ever get a chance to come here, check out the...more
We went back for some more gorgeous Italian food last night, and again, Bellaria was just lovely. The menu has changed since our previous visit, so I was happy to choose some delicious pasta.
I have to admit that when I saw my teeny plate of Tortelloni, I was so hungry, that I thought it wouldn't even touch the sides...but I was wrong! The rich creamy goats cheese/pumpkin filling was...more