10 Italian Restaurants in Batley

Batley has some superb Italian restaurants to explore

When working over a hot stove loses its allure and you're tired of curries or Chinese meals, it's got to be time to explore what Batley's Italian restaurants have to offer. Kirklees actually has some fabulous trattorias and ristorantes to choose from, while nearby towns like Morley and Dewsbury just add more paprika to the already spicy mix. Have a look around, browse some menus, and make a date to discover why Batley's Italian restaurants are some of the most acclaimed in West Yorkshire.

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Sambuca Lounge Morley

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.1/678
Sambuca Lounge Morley

Roberto's

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.4/6174
Roberto's

The Pack Restaurant & Bar

Belthorn
Italian££££
5.4/6477
The Pack Restaurant & Bar
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Al Porto

Hull Marina
Italian££££
5.2/6461
Al Porto

Amalfi - Yeadon

Yeadon
Italian££££
5.3/6354
Amalfi - Yeadon

Uno Ristorante

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.3/6253
Uno Ristorante

Vittorias

Centre
Italian££££
4.7/6293
Vittorias

The Pasta Factory

Shudehill
Italian££££
5.5/6218
The Pasta Factory

Uno Cucina Italiano

Honley
Italian££££
5.4/6173
Uno Cucina Italiano

Lucca Bar & Kitchen

The Avenues
Italian££££
4.5/6141
Lucca Bar & Kitchen
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    Embark on an Italian food journey at restaurants in Batley

    When the drizzle starts to fall, and the temperatures struggle to top 15 degrees in summer, West Yorkshire can seem an awfully long way from Sicily or Sardinia. However, when you taste the dishes at Batley's Italian restaurants, the distance suddenly won't seem so huge. Places like Roberto's in the town centre create masterpieces that are suffused with Italy's culinary flair, banishing thoughts of grey skies and rain in an instant. From the first slosh of pinot grigio, to the final bite of tiramisu, these eateries will transport you to the Mediterranean – if only for a few, blissful hours.
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    Try some Puglian dishes at Batley's Italian restaurants

    One of the best things about Batley's Italian restaurants is their unusual regional emphasis. Instead of relatively familiar Sicilian, Milanese, or Neapolitan dishes, Batley's best Italian restaurants hail from Puglia (the heel of the 'boot'). And this makes for some exciting gastronomic discoveries. For instance, meat lovers will adore the area's rich, beefy pasta bakes, while pescetarians will gleefully tuck into their salmone agli spinach (cooked with garlic and spinach). One of the least-known, but richest regions of Italy's culinary map, Puglia has plenty of wonders to unfold, so book a table, and start your journey.
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    You'll find old favourites at Italian restaurants in Batley

    Then again, you can always stick to what you know best when dining out at Italian restaurants in Batley. Places like Sambuca Lounge and Roberto's always have plenty of familiar menu options, with steaks, veggie pasta dishes, and no shortage of pizzas on offer. If you want to indulge in a pineapple-stuffed tropicana, go ahead. And if you want an explosion of cheese and tomato flavour, the calzones won't let you down. It's a great mix of food you know and love, and food you soon will.