Festive atmosphere with my wife on our anniversary. A bottle of Turley Juvenile Zinfandel and a traditional Italian meal. Superb!
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Visited on a Friday night about 6, wasn’t really busy yet, though most tables taken. Have lived in the area for awhile, but first time at Bella. I guess we thought this was a place where the meal is the evening, which we are rarely...More
We visited and ate on a weekday evening. The food was ok. I thought the signature mushroom ravioli dish was just ok (sauce runny). My husband's chicken dish was better. Service was slow and not attentive to our drinks.
The restaurant is unfortunately a typical case of an "American" Italian restaurant. The thought that many Americans really think, that Italian dishes have to taste like this, scares me. But no, they do not have to! The mussels as a starter were in a broth...More
We were recommended this restaurant by our motel on our first night in Port Angeles and were so glad we went. It was so good we went a 2nd time! During the week it is not difficult to get a walk in table but on...More
All good. Good food, good service, good wine. Very pleased with the lasagna layered with spinach, mushrooms and ricotta cheese. The pasta layers were perfectly light and tender. The seasoning was perfect. We had a very pleasant experience.
Without reservation we had to wait about 20 minutes. Each of the dinners were good. Service was very good.
Passing through Port Angeles on our way to Forks we stopped off at Bella Italia which is the actual restaurant featured in the film. They even serve Bella's mushroom risotto which my daughter tried. Unfortunately the food and service did not live up to our...More