Diners of Birmingham and of West Bromwich, may we present: Bellagio Ristorante Italiano, an exciting new Italian Restaurant. All must try it as soon as hungry, because an average Italian this certainly is not. You can find it on Seagar Street, where the beautiful cottage-style building that Bellagio occupies is rather hard to miss. It’s decked out with luxury and elegance in mind, a theme that’s undoubtedly reflected by the menu. Just a few stand out dishes are the seared loin of tuna, the tournedos rossini and the traditional and completely dreamy lobster thermidor. Everything is fresh, everything is prepared with love and nothing leaves the Bellagio kitchen if it doesn’t reach the gold standard.
We came here with friends for our wedding anniversary. The food is amazing! The starter of scallops are delicious, and so are the cocktails the Cherry Tart was my favourite. Please go to this restaurant you will not be disappointed.
Lovely food and lovely service would definitely recommend this restaurant. Clean and well put together. The staff and attentive and make sure every meal is ok for you.
Any great restaurant starts with a great team, so, naturally, an all-Italian team at the Bellagio Ristorante Italiano in West Bromwich means it’s set to be one heck of an Italian restaurant. Yep, the management, the chefs, the waiting staff, all are behind the cause at this fine Seagar Street location, which is to serve each and every diner with delicious Italian food in a setting that radiates elegance. The setting is spacious, sleek and stylish, with plenty of light and classic white napkins. There’s a well-stocked bar in the middle of the space as well, a feature that certainly adds to the luxurious feel of Bellagio Ristorante Italiano. This is one of Birmingham’s best.
The main menu at Bellagio’s is new, having being crafted recently by a team of experienced chefs. There is a fantastic variety of antipasti to begin with or to share, while the mains take in prime cuts of meat like fillet steak, veal and lamb, as well seafood, pasta and classic pizzas. Some highlights we’d urge you to try include the monkfish fillet in a white white sauce, the calf’s liver in traditional Venetian sauce, as well as ravioli filled with asparagus and ricotta. The heart of West Bromwich is lucky to have Bellagio Ristorante Italiano, and foodies from all over Birmingham flock to it. Don’t miss out and reserve a table now.