Bella Italia contains of two separate parts. The cafe is probably the best in town and would blend in well in any European capital. Good coffee and great pastry at a reasonable price level. The actual restaurant is great fun, unless you're looking for a meal in peace and quiet. The nominal interior design is that of a faux Italian courtyard (but on part is French), spiced up with disco lights and karaoke headed by what I believe is the in house karaoke artist (and he's pretty good). That makes the style distinctly Italian, but in a 80s eurodisco kind of way. Perhaps not the setting for a romantic dinner, but great fun if you're in the mood. The food is good. They make a tasty pizza and have a number of good dishes on the meny. It's a popular restaurants among locals and with so many silk road themed places in the old time it's a very authentic experience.
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