2 course Bella Italian meal for 2 was £42.96 now £18 / £9pp valid all through summer holidays @ Groupon
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2 course Bella Italian meal for 2 was £42.96 now £18 / £9pp valid all through summer holidays @ Groupon

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Found 12th Jun
Get a 2 course meal for 2 for just £18 (£9pp) at Groupon or for 4 people it's £36 Choose from starter and main or main and dessert from a great set menu - seems to be lots of choice. Voucher is valid until 11st September so valid all throughout the summer holidays for a nice treat out.

Starters include: calamari, zuppa minestrone, insalata caprese, bruschetta funghi, arrosto and polpette2715375.jpg

Mains include: gamberoni pasta, classico bolognese, pasta classico, lenticchie pasta, classico pollo, Siciliana pasta, classico Marco Polo pasta, classico pomodoro, fresh pasta carbonara, fresh pasta agnello, fresh pasta traditional lasagne, create your own pizza, margherita pizza, classico cotto pizza, classico pepperoni, piccante pizza, classico carne, mista pizza, classico campagna pizza, classico pollo piccante pizza, classico pollo sapori pizza, vita gamberoni risotto, pollo funghi, filetto de salmone, insalata pollo Caesar and insalata verde

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Desserts include: cookie dough, lava cake, tiramisu, vanilla cheesecake, morello cioccolato, limoncello meringue pie, three scoops gelato sundae and five shot sharer (between two)

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You need to book in advance after you have bought your Groupon and it's valid Monday - Thursday midday-midnight, Friday midday-5pm and Sun 5pm-midnight. Not valid Bank holidays or Father’s Day. Not valid at Argyll Street, Edinburgh Northbridge, Center Parcs & Luton Airport. Excludes 5.30pm-7.30pm at the following London restaurants: Cranbourn Street, Irving Street, Leicester Square, St Martins Lane, Shaftesbury Avenue, The Strand and Wellington Street.


Date restrictions: Excludes Edinburgh Hanover Street between Jul and Sep; Cardiff Old Brewery Quarter on 21 Jun, 30 Jun and 11-12 Jul; Sheffield on 21 Jun and 3 Jul; Inverness 24 Jul to 25 Sep; Portsmouth Gun Wharf Quays from June – August. Note Bella Italia Dunfermline will be closed 22 May – 26 Jun, Northampton from 5th June – mid August for refurbishments

Top comments

whelan1891 h, 7 m ago

options are cheap versions, and they don't treat you like paying …options are cheap versions, and they don't treat you like paying customers, only worth 18£


We used Groupon voucher similar to this, we arrived and was given a menu which had a nice large selection of food.

I noticed they had an offer on for two courses for two people at lunch for £19 so thought to myself...oh well at least I saved a £1! However when the waitress came back I said "do you need the Groupon code" and she promptly said oh you need the other menu! And there was like 60% less choice to choose from that menu!

So next time you go its best to phone and check what instore offers are on....we still like Bella Italia (one in Dudley is nicer than Solihull one) but just be careful with some Groupon deals..

Oh and spa days..if you are a regular to the massage/spa they usually do it for you cheaper than Groupon if you regularly visit (not sure why they don't just offer them at these prices in first place rather than hundreds of pounds!) As one spa centre said they still making more money than giving Groupon a percentage?!?


Edited by: "sjr1974uk" 12th Jun
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options are cheap versions, and they don't treat you like paying customers, only worth 18£

whelan189

options are cheap versions, and they don't treat you like paying … options are cheap versions, and they don't treat you like paying customers, only worth 18£



This.

their normal price of £21.48pp for a starter and main seems excessive

whelan1891 h, 7 m ago

options are cheap versions, and they don't treat you like paying …options are cheap versions, and they don't treat you like paying customers, only worth 18£


We used Groupon voucher similar to this, we arrived and was given a menu which had a nice large selection of food.

I noticed they had an offer on for two courses for two people at lunch for £19 so thought to myself...oh well at least I saved a £1! However when the waitress came back I said "do you need the Groupon code" and she promptly said oh you need the other menu! And there was like 60% less choice to choose from that menu!

So next time you go its best to phone and check what instore offers are on....we still like Bella Italia (one in Dudley is nicer than Solihull one) but just be careful with some Groupon deals..

Oh and spa days..if you are a regular to the massage/spa they usually do it for you cheaper than Groupon if you regularly visit (not sure why they don't just offer them at these prices in first place rather than hundreds of pounds!) As one spa centre said they still making more money than giving Groupon a percentage?!?


Edited by: "sjr1974uk" 12th Jun

I concur

whelan189

options are cheap versions, and they don't treat you like paying … options are cheap versions, and they don't treat you like paying customers, only worth 18£


We all know that pocketing tips is all waiting staff really care about and so if you worked there then who do you think is more likely to tip : either somebody coming in with a prepaid discount, or somebody thats willing to pay full menu price (at those prices, then probably with more money than sense)

bigted11 m ago

We all know that pocketing tips is all waiting staff really care about and …We all know that pocketing tips is all waiting staff really care about and so if you worked there then who do you think is more likely to tip : either somebody coming in with a prepaid discount, or somebody thats willing to pay full menu price (at those prices, then probably with more money than sense)


When i worked in a restauraunt last year i really could not give a *** about tips really, i prefered if people did'nt there already paying overtop for the food, i was happy with my 7-8£ an hour, was not really hard work lol

bigted32 m ago

We all know that pocketing tips is all waiting staff really care about and …We all know that pocketing tips is all waiting staff really care about and so if you worked there then who do you think is more likely to tip : either somebody coming in with a prepaid discount, or somebody thats willing to pay full menu price (at those prices, then probably with more money than sense)


Does anyone else tip anymore? I don't I don't understand it. We have minimum wage for a reason.

nope no tip unless it's shrapnel for which i won't bother waiting 10 years for them to return to the table with it

Britneyfan55 m ago

Does anyone else tip anymore? I don't I don't understand it. We have …Does anyone else tip anymore? I don't I don't understand it. We have minimum wage for a reason.


I tip but only because they make it feel awkward otherwise, staff who do this need to find a new job if they think people should have to tip because they write down a order and go to the kitchen to get it for them lol

Britneyfan1 h, 16 m ago

Does anyone else tip anymore? I don't I don't understand it. We have …Does anyone else tip anymore? I don't I don't understand it. We have minimum wage for a reason.


Yes, if the service is good, I will generally will tip around 10% with cash directly to the member of staff whom served me.

I know a lot of staff are told to say it, but the one thing I can't stand is when you're in the middle of eating and/or having a conversation and you get asked "Is everything OK with your food?".. This normally happens when I have a mouthful of food.

Worked as a waiter for 10years including Bella Italia. Certain restaurants attracted better quality customers who tipped for good service. Ultimately these attracted better quality staff. All the companies I worked for let you keep 100% of your tips. However you then gave 10% to the bar team and 10% to the table cleaners. Again, the more you want the better quality service you got from the bar etc.

Ultimately you get what you pay for long term.

I would be very surprised if you can't tell the difference between good and bad service.

I just bought the three courses with a glass of win for 2, for £20 @ Zizzi from BuyAgift. Much better value.

We got a similar deal from Zizzi, it was the first time I haven't finished my Pizza in a restaurant, and it was nothing to do with the quantity, it was the worst Pizza I have ever tasted
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