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What's OnSeptember savings at family-favourite Bella Italia

Serving up a tasty selection of traditional pizzas, generous bowls of pasta and succulent grills for all the family to enjoy, there’s no better time to dine in the heart of Leicester Square.
  • Dates 07/09/2020 - 30/09/2020
  • Location Bella Italia, 1 Cranbourn Street, WC2H 7AJ
  • Price Up to 25% off
Reopening on 7 September 2020, don’t miss this delicious saving at Bella Italia.Offering 25% off main meals every Monday to Thursday, from noon to close until 30 September 2020, it’s the perfect place to refuel after a day of rediscovering London’s West End.From fresh plates of pasta, hand stretched pizza and lighter bites of crispy salads and sides, there’s something for all the family to feast on at Bella Italia.Click here to redeem offer. You'll be asked to enter your email address so you can receive a unique code. You’ll need to present this code to your server when asking for your bill.Fret not, you can still expect Bella’s usual hospitality during your visit. However, to help keep everyone rest assured new safety measures have been introduced to help create a safe and socially distanced experience for everyone. Click here to find out more.So, what are you waiting for? Enjoy a taste of Italy in the heart of Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus.Make a reservation online here at your preferred location. Or, call or email the Cranbourn Street branch using the following details:T: +44 020 7734 1246E:*Terms and conditions apply. The nearest Bella Italia restaurants to Leicester Square include Irving Street, Cranbourn Street and St Martin’s Lane branches.

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