About Bosco Nero
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About the restaurant
The relationship between Wales and Italy is a long and storied one, especially on the sports field. Whether it be their yearly meetings in the Six Nations (mostly victorious for the Dragons) or their less frequent contretemps on the football pitch (probably one for the Azzurri), or even the combined heritage champions in the boxing ring, Joe Calzaghe and Enzo Maccarinelli, the relationship is well celebrated. On the dinner table, too, the countries are united, and in South Wales, there is a temple to the Gallo-Italian culinary friendship. Bosco Nero is a family-friendly Italian restaurant in Blackwood that brings the best from the bel paese to the Valley, with a menu packed with favourites from front to back. Start with garlic bread, calamari or mussels or melon with port, before moving onto a pasta – spaghetti, lasagne, tagliatelle and tortellini are all there – or a chicken, lamb, veal and steak main, as well as fish or seafood. Book a table on Pentwyn Road now.