This could be the best place for lunch in East London. Decent food, unpretentious atmosphere and incredible prices. Lovely interior with an open kitchen. Don't bother with the new Franco Manca across the road, same old boring style over substance.more
I had the seafood pasta dish that wasn't bad. You can see from my pictures that our party ordered a variety of dishes, ranging from fish to pizza to pasta. Overall, my party thought that the food was pretty good, but I can only comment on the seafood fettuccine. Although the pasta was cooked well, I thought it could've used more sauce; it quickly went dry after I started eating it. Other...more
I think this is a great little Italian restaurant. Gets pretty busy, pizza is really nice and not too expensive (thin crust, nice simple toppings, just the way I like it!).
I have a hard time paying for Italian food when you can make alot of the dishes yourself for nexty to nothing, but I do like this restaurant.
Staff are really friendly, there is a nice mixed crowd there and they deliver...more
Despite a bad experience (mainly from the service) the first time, I have been back to Bella Vita and this time it was much better.
It wasn't so busy so the service was attentive and my toppings were, for the first time, spread evenly over the nice thin crust of my pizza. My friends also thoroughly enjoyed their pasta dishes.
I go through stages in life when I crave a certain thing. At the moment it's pizza, so when moving to my new area I pounced upon Bella Vita.
Maybe it was the rushed trip at 4.30pm to Ikea, or maybe it was the 8 hours spent with my parents or it could have also possibly been the fact we hadn't eaten in over 6 hours, but... This is some damn tasty pizza. A super thin crust and fresh hand made...more