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Italian Restaurants in Middlesbrough

 Expand your dining horizons at Italian restaurants in Middlesbrough

There are plenty of Italian restaurants in Middlesbrough that bring authentic tastes and aromas to the attention of north east diners. When you want to choose Parma ham over Parmo, Middlesbrough's Italian restaurants offer the full range of Italy's cuisine, with gourmet pasta, pizza, seafood, salads and much, much more besides. And there are also some exciting regional specialists, who bring lesser known recipes to the table. Have a look at all of your local options at Quandoo, and you'll surely find one that's tough to resist.

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Uno Ristorante

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.3/6241

Olivello

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.1/613

Elianos Brasserie

Town Centre
Italian££££
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Claudio's Italian Restaurant

Stockton
Italian££££
5.2/66

Bellini - Seaburn

City Centre
Italian££££
5.7/6497

San Lorenzo - Gosforth

Gosforth
Italian££££
5.5/6259

Amalfi - Yeadon

Yeadon
Italian££££
5.3/6320

San Lorenzo - Washington

Harraton
Italian££££
5.4/6257

Antico Restaurant

Jesmond
Italian££££
5.5/6176

Black Olive - Yarm

Yarm
Italian££££
4.7/6144
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    Explore regional cuisines at Italian restaurants in Middlesbrough

    For starters, there are some exciting new Italian restaurants in Middlesbrough town centre that are begging to be explored. Elianos is representative of the trend, offering an unusual match-up of dishes from Calabria in southern Italy, and the island of Sardinia. In culinary terms, this means choosing between specials like pan-fried wood pigeon (piccione) with black pudding, or stuffed pig's trotters served on a bed of lentils. It's certainly miles away from the pasta carbonara or tricolore salads fans of Italy's cuisine might be used to.
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    Fuse British and Italian meals at Middlesbrough's restaurants

    Then there are places that offer a fusion of Teesside's culinary heritage and the cooking of Tuscany or Sicily. For instance, Uno's in the town centre is a unique ristorante which bridges the gastronomy of north eastern England and northern Italy. It's the kind of place where cozze fresche (mussels cooked in a garlic and herb sauce) or scallop-filled black ravioli can be paired up with fish and chips (or a quintessential Parmo). This makes them perfect venues for groups of diners, when one or two people might not be up for a full-blown Mediterranean feast.
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    Celebrate and socialise at Middlesbrough's Italian restaurants

    Finally, there are simply plenty of Italian restaurants in Middlesbrough that suit laid-back group dining. If you have to spring a surprise birthday celebration for a friend, or you have to arrange a work leaving do, these eateries will always oblige. From Stockton in the west, to Saltburn on the coast, Teesside is full of pizzerias and pasta specialists who offer long wine lists, cocktails, and dishes that everyone can savour. So, when you want to relax, Quandoo has the options you need.