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Mezzaluna, West Street: Review

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Mezzaluna, West Street: Review

Stodgy, unappetising lasagne, disappointing garlic bread and focaccia, lots of flies and aggressive staff made for a poor experience at Mezzaluna.

Bomboloni to open on Gloucester Road in June

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Bomboloni to open on Gloucester Road in June

Bomboloni, a new Italian restaurant from chef Andrew Griffin and his family, is set to open in the former home of Biblos on Gloucester Road in June.

Bel Cibo, Victoria Square: Review

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Bel Cibo, Victoria Square: Review

We enjoyed the Italian dishes at Bel Cibo, in Clifton’s Victoria Square Hotel, but the experience was somewhat let down by the atmosphere.

Polpo, Whiteladies Road: Review

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Polpo, Whiteladies Road: Review

At Polpo on Whiteladies Road we enjoyed fantastic desserts and some great savoury dishes, but others were sadly a little disappointing.

Divino Deli, Worrall Road: Review

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Divino Deli, Worrall Road: Review

Tucked away on Clifton’s Worrall Road is Divino Deli: an Italian-run Italian deli and cafe for whose owners, it is clear, customer service is key.

Aqua Italia, Welsh Back: May 2015 Review

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Aqua Italia, Welsh Back: May 2015 Review

Sadly, Aqua Italia on Welsh Back has a habit of being a little hit and miss – here’s hoping they can turn things around in the future…

La Grotta, Union Street: Review

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La Grotta, Union Street: Review

La Grotta have been serving Italian food on Union Street for over 30 years, and their decor, food and service explain why they’re still going strong.

Aquila, Baldwin Street: Review

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Aquila, Baldwin Street: Review

It’s a shame that so many of our dishes at Aquila were over-salted, spoiling what would otherwise have been a faultless meal.

Prezzo, Anchor Square: Review

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Prezzo, Anchor Square: Review

The clear highlight of our meal was the bread, with the pasta mains fairly average.

Aquila Restaurant: opens Wednesday, October 29th on Baldwin Street

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Aquila Restaurant: opens Wednesday, October 29th on Baldwin Street

Brand new restaurant Aquila seats up to 160 diners, serving authentic, Italian food including dishes not commonly seen on Bristol’s Italian menus.

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