10 Italian Restaurants in Salford

Feast on the finest Italian cuisine at Salford's best restaurants

Salford's Italian restaurants are part of an urban renaissance in this corner of Greater Manchester. Perhaps it's the arrival of the Lowry Gallery, or the relocation of BBC operations to the area, but the district is filling up with excellent trattorias, allowing foodies to explore Italy's endless gastronomic delights. Even better, every one of Salford's best Italian restaurants can be booked instantly with Quandoo. So check them out, compare menus, and make a booking. Something truly 'delizioso' is a few clicks away.

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The Pasta Factory

Shudehill
Italian££££
5.5/6226
The Pasta Factory

Noi Quattro

Northern Quarter
Italian££££
5.4/629
Noi Quattro

Veeno - Manchester

Spinningfields
Italian££££
6.0/61
Veeno - Manchester
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The Wellington Pizza Pub

Spinningfields
Pizza££££
The Wellington Pizza Pub

Al Bacio

Deansgate
Italian££££
5.1/687
Al Bacio

Dom's Tavolina Calda

City Centre
Italian££££
5.1/69
Dom's Tavolina Calda

Pane Vino

City Centre
Italian££££
1.0/68
Pane Vino

Puccinis

Swinton
Italian
Puccinis

The Pack Restaurant & Bar

Belthorn
Italian££££
5.4/6483
The Pack Restaurant & Bar

Amalfi - Yeadon

Yeadon
Italian££££
5.3/6364
Amalfi - Yeadon
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    Enjoy gourmet pasta meals at Salford's creative Italian restaurants

    Some of the most exciting Italian restaurants in Salford are redefining how Mancunian diners see pasta. Probably Italy's most famous food, in the wrong hands pasta can sometimes come over as a little boring. But at places like the Pasta Factory, that's definitely not the case. Here, every strand of tagliatelle and every ravioli parcel has been made by hand from authentic durum wheat. And the dishes available are creative, too. With beetroot gnocchi and black squid ink ravioli part of the mix, pasta fans will find something exotic and enticing to try.
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    Book a table at Salford's best Italian restaurants for special events

    At other leading Italian restaurants in the Salford area, the emphasis is more on crafting an unforgettable dining experience. Venues like Al Bacio in Deansgate have created sumptuous interiors which are perfect for special occasions. And they have also come up with menus which match the setting. From starters like pan-fried fegatini (livers) with pancetta, to beef steaks cooked in rich brandy or Baroli wine sauces, every bite at these eateries will be full of flavour. Couple that with specially curated wine selections to pair with the menu, and the result is foodie heaven.
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    Relax at laid-back Italian restaurants in Salford

    Then there are down to earth, homely neighbourhood Italian restaurants in Salford like Puccini's. Acclaimed for their friendly service and traditional interiors, these eating spots are always in demand – so book well in advance. When you bite into their sublime calzones and pizzas, you'll be glad you did. And the same goes for their Milanese-style veal escalopes or range of scampi dishes. Wherever you go, leave room for dessert. With dolces like hazelnut and chocolate tartufos and homemade tiramisu, rounding off your meal in style is easy at Salford's finest Italian restaurants.