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Italian Restaurants in Durham

Immerse yourself in culture at Italian restaurants in Durham

Durham is an historic city that is blessed with centuries of culture. Whether you're exploring the stunning cathedral or taking a stroll through the city's Medieval area, history and cultural identity can be found with every step. There also happens to be a thriving Italian culture in Durham restaurants - many of which are family-run businesses serving authentic, rustic fare. Whether you're a local or a tourist, you can truly immerse yourself in Italian culture in Durham's finest restaurants.

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Bistro Italiano

Bistro Italiano

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.6/652
Italian Farmhouse

Italian Farmhouse

Coxhoe
Italian££££
5.0/61
Deano's Trattoria

Deano's Trattoria

City Centre
Italian££££
5.0/62
Angelo's Trattoria East Rainton

Angelo's Trattoria East Rainton

East Rainton
Italian££££
5.1/620
Ristorante de Medici

Ristorante de Medici

The Peninsula
Italian££££
3.5/62
Bellini -Seaburn

Bellini -Seaburn

City Centre
Italian££££
5.7/6342

San Lorenzo - Gosforth

Gosforth
Italian££££
5.5/6169
Uno Ristorante

Uno Ristorante

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.2/6201
San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

Harraton
Italian££££
5.4/6195
Black Olive - Yarm

Black Olive - Yarm

Yarm
Italian££££
4.8/6109
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    Be a gastronomic adventurer in Durham's Italian restaurants

    You'll find pizzas, carbonaras, bologneses and risottos at almost all of the Italian restaurants in Durham. However, if you're for looking dishes you don't normally try, you'll find more obscure culinary creations in several of the city's eateries. Perhaps you'd like to try a Milanesa, which is a breaded meat fillet, usually served with salad. Another lesser-known dish from Italy is Cacciatore, which is made with chicken or rabbit, tomatoes, onions and bell peppers. These authentic dishes are available at places such as Bistro Italiano on Claypath, where there's an unmistakable family feel to the dining experience. Other Italian restaurants in Durham that serve genuine fare include Oro Italian Restaurant on Farm Road and La Spada Ristorante on Front Street.
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    Choose the dining experience you want at Italian restaurants in Durham

    If you're planning a celebration, the Italian restaurants in Durham give you every imaginable experience. For instance, if you're organising a family birthday, ASK and Zizzi in the city centre are ideal. For a romantic wedding anniversary, head to Bella Mamma Italian Restaurant on Darlington Road, where you'll find a cosy and secluded table for a candlelit dinner. For a more raucous affair, Sambuca on Station Lane is ideal. Located inside a converted station building, Sambuca is cheap, cheerful and lots of fun!
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    Book tables at Italian restaurants in Durham in advance to avoid missing out

    Durham is a tourist hotspot, so its many eateries are in high demand at night and during the weekends. The Italian restaurants throughout Durham are particularly busy at these times, which is why you should always book ahead. Fortunately, you can research your options and reserve a table at the same time using the Quandoo app. Don't run the risk of missing out on a table at your favourite Italian restaurants in Durham - organise your next meal with the push of a button!