Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Crook, United Kingdom including Viva Restaurant, Arcangelo, Buon Appetito, Casa D'Italia, Ravello Ristorante, Gabrielle's restaurant, Bella Mamma, Grande, Santinni, Franco's
4 based on 19 reviews
I love this place. The food is good and the service is fantastic. The food is freshly prepared and really tastes good. The drinks are reasonably priced, the meals are good value and the tiramisu is superb.
4 based on 131 reviews
Family run Italian restaurant with a relaxed and comfortable environment kids friendly
Been meaning to try this place for ages after hearing people rave about it, drove past when we were starving and so pleased we did. For someone who loves an Italian this one was one of the best Iâve been to. Couldnât fault it, superb meal and excellent service. The spicy sauce on the meatballs was unreal. Staff really friendly and prices were spot on. Definitely be going back soon
Four of us went on a Saturday night. The service was friendly and helpful, and the food was delicious. The portions are enormous! Really enjoyed the rosemary potatoes and the tiramisu. The mushroom sauce on the chicken was really good. I'd definitely go back. The bill was a lot less than we expected too. Â£85 for 4 people including drinks. Really good value.
4 based on 336 reviews
Friendly welcome and good service. Restaurant very noisy (busy night I guess). Tables closely arranged so not much space between neighbouring guests.Restaurant advertises itself as offering 'authentic Italian food' - not to my mind. Our meals were bland in taste. Pizza dough very heavy. Pasta fillings meagre. Sauces on meat under seasoned..First visit. Probably will not return.
4 based on 200 reviews
Gabrielle's restaurant was established in 1985.Traditional and contemporary Italian cusine which is rich in flavour and created from scratch using the finest ingridients. The delicius food combined with friendly service and buzzing atmosphare.Our wine sel
We had visited this restaurant previously and were expecting great food with service to match. We werenât disappointed. This restaurant is a little hidden gem. The food is excellent, great sized portions, all very fresh and very tasty. Couldnât fault the meal or the service. Well worth a visit and definitely value for money.
4 based on 257 reviews
Made our second visit to Ravello, based on the food and service, both of which were excellent first time around.Ravello didn't disappoint !Starters and main courses were superb, a very pleasant bottle of Prosecco and my wife loved her dessert ( I settled for an espresso ).Ravello is very good value and the whole ambiance etc makes it a great place to enjoy a leisurely meal in nice surroundings.Definitely our favourite Italian restaurant!
4 based on 228 reviews
Locally Sourced Fresh Food Served 6 Days a Week Wednesday & Thursday Steak Night - 3 Cousres Â£15.95 2 courses Â£13.95 Sunday Lunch - Â£6.95 Or 3 Courses for Â£9.95 (Kids eat for Â£1.50 on Sunday, for every paying adult) Happy Hour - 2 Course Â£5.95 Tues, Wed,
We went to this restaurant on a recommendation from friends. We love making our own foods and also eating out. We have eaten out at many different types of restaurants and have also made many styles of food ourselves.Never having been to this restaurant we thought we would try out their cusine. Probably one of the worst meals we tried out. We ordered a Cannoli and a Lasange with a garlic bread with cheese and some onion rings.The Cannonli texture was that of a pancake rolled around unseasoned mince and onions with a can of raw tomatos and cheese tosses over it and baked. Absoultely tasteless. The same for the Lasange. The pasta was wet and stoggy and the same mine and onion mixute as the Cannoli. No herbs, no garlic, no seasoning ,no taste.The garlic bread was a little more edible, however if it saw much more than a rub of garlic I would be surprised. It garlic bread which was a pizza had a soggy bottom. The onion rings were nicely cooked, but a little oily. We normally would eat our meals even if it was not up to our own standard, but truely we had to leave this meal. Then to add insult to injury we went to pay the bill with a debit card to be told at the till NO CARDS ALLOWED. What!!!!! in this day and age. What sort of establishment does not accept any cards? Where does it tell you this before you go into the restaurant? You don't know they only accept cash until you pay your bill. Just as well we had cash with us. Can you imagine the embarrassment. So diners -be warned.
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4 based on 300 reviews
Warm friendly family dining with fresh cooked pasta, pizza, steak and chicken dishes,
We have been coming to this restaurant for over 6 years and it is always great quality and excellent service. The 2 owners are always extremely welcoming and the waiting staff are friendly and accommodating which makes all the difference. The pasta and pizza are great staples but the specials are always changing and provide a lot of variety. The atmosphere is easy going and relaxed.
4 based on 46 reviews
10 of us went here on a Saturday evening.. the restaurant is basic but clean the staff are fantastic nothing was a trouble all were very friendly and helpful... the food was absolutely fantastic we all had starters I had garlic mushrooms they are the best I've had followed by chicken risotto which was equally as good, all 10 of us had a beautiful meal and will definitely return very soon.
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4 based on 262 reviews
Italian restaurant and take a way serving Sunday lunch and is open 6 days a week is located in centre of crook
The food here is always good but the service needs attention. There is never enough staff to ratio of diners. after our mains we werenât offered dessert or coffees and all the staff went home we had to queue at the bar with the remaining diners to pay to the only member of staff left in the restaurant!! not good at all which is a shame because the food was lovely.
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