Ciao Bella Roma
24/25 Parliament Street, Temple Bar, Dublin


Based on 269 reviews

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Ciao Bella Roma Restaurant Pizzeria & Wine Bar, located on Parliament Street in the closed proximity of Tivoli Theatre, Olympia Theatre, Project Arts Centre and Smock Alley Theatre continues the tradition of family run restaurants with homemade pastas, traditional recipes and grandma's desserts.
Over 200 labels of the best Italian wines are carefully chosen to compliment your meal and your tastes.
In a cosy and friendly atmosphere you can enjoy an unbeatable Lunch & Early Bird Menu for only € 12.50. Our private dining area is designed to meet your event requirements with a 40 seat capacity it is the perfect location for birthdays, corporate events or meetings and will guarantee your privacy. Michael will accompany your dinner every Saturday with his beautiful piano music.
Prepare yourself for an unforgettable dining experience in an authentic Italian Restaurant.
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Posted 19th Mar 2018 by JUSTYNA.NOWOFirst Timer: 1 reviews

Yet another great dinner in Ciao Bella Rome.
Delish pizza, great chicken dish (with spinach and roasted potatoes).
No baby changing facilities which was disappointing after a risky walk down the stairs with a baby in my arms... There is enough room to place one in one of the Ladies cubicles...

Posted 17th Dec 2017 by CANDACENOVAFirst Timer: 1 reviews

Always brilliant and enjoyable.

Posted 31st Oct 2017 by JOLDOLFoodie: 18 reviews

Excellent food, tremendous service, overall a great evening.

Posted 28th Aug 2017 by FEEFEEOCFoodie: 40 reviews

I visited Ciao Bella Roma for the second time yesterday afternoon. We had the early bird for 2 courses plus a glass of house wine for €12.50. The portions where large, the food was fresh and service was very good, Excellent value

Posted 15th May 2017 by EMACASEYFirst Timer: 1 reviews

Very good value and food was lovely.

Posted 8th May 2017 by CAROLGREHANFirst Timer: 1 reviews

Very disappointed as I had heard great things about this restaurant. Overpriced for the poor quality.
There were three of us for dinner.
We shared two starters which were the bruschetta and aubergine mozzarella both nice.
Then for mains we had pizza, which was good and two pasta dishes. Carbonara which was too dry and not creamy like you would expect and prawns and courgette again very dry with no sauce like you expect with good Italian dishes, it's all about the sauce.
A bottle of house wine which again at 25€ was overpriced for the quality.
No deserts no coffee cost just under €100
Not value for money.
The place was very busy with lots of tourists so must be recommended but not sure why. Will not be going back.

Posted 5th May 2017 by LIVERPOOL1234First Timer: 1 reviews

very poor quality Italian - starters and mains were terrible - when said to staff they said nothing.
Pizza diavoli was very salty

Posted 14th Feb 2017 by ANACAROLINAGIL87First Timer: 1 reviews

Unfortunately I didnt have lucky with my husband. Yesterday I went to celebrate Valentines Day, the starter was good but the main course wasn't good at all, both of us ordered Carbonara Pasta, which in my opinion couldnt be wrong, but it was super salted, my husband couldnt eat even being starving.

Posted 3rd Feb 2017 by HROTTKEFirst Timer: 1 reviews

I love Ciao Bella Roma, it's always relaxed, authentic with good food and beer.

Posted 29th Jan 2017 by MANMIRCEA85First Timer: 1 reviews

best food
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