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Italian Restaurants in Southampton

 Southampton’s Italian restaurants have something for everyone. Southampton is a large port city located on England's south coast. It is a popular visitor destination and is well known for its cultural attractions including the Tudor house & garden, the Sky Museum and SeaCity museum and art gallery. The city centre has excellent shopping, with plenty of theatres, music venues and comedy clubs to enjoy. Marina life is a big draw here too in the European capital of cruises, and the coastal marinas offer food, drink, boating and more. When you're ready to refuel from all the activity, you'll find a great selection of Italian restaurants in Southampton, too. Visit Quandoo to read the latest reviews on Southampton's Italian restaurants from our community of fellow foodies and regular restaurant diners.

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Bella Vita - Southampton

Bella Vita - Southampton

North Baddesley
Italian££££
5.2/648
Bella Vita - Southampton
Ennio's

Ennio's

City Centre
Italian££££
5.5/672
Ennio's
Piccolo Mondo

Piccolo Mondo

City Centre
Italian££££
5.8/627
Piccolo Mondo
La Tavernetta

La Tavernetta

City Centre
Italian££££
5.8/611
La Tavernetta
Milan Restaurant

Milan Restaurant

The Polygon
Italian££££
5.8/65
Milan Restaurant
Casa Italia - Southampton

Casa Italia - Southampton

The Polygon
Italian££££
1.0/61
Casa Italia - Southampton

Max's Brasserie

Ocean Village
Italian££££
5.5/628
Max's Brasserie

Scoozi

Ocean Village
Italian££££
4.2/622
Scoozi

The Stable

City Centre
Italian
The Stable

Casanova

City Centre
Italian
Casanova

La Lupa

City Centre
Italian
La Lupa
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    Enjoy Italian restaurants in Southampton for all occasions

    The city centre is busy and thriving, with shops, cafes, bars and restaurants galore. If you're looking for quality Italian restaurants, Southampton won't disappoint. Find big name family chains at the WestQuay shopping centre and independent venues around Town Quay, Nelson Street, The High Street, Ocean Village and Sandy Lane. There are small and family-run Italian restaurants in Southampton with outdoor terraces and even the odd roof garden; perfect for a romantic dinner à deux. For families and larger groups, look out for the bigger Southampton Italian restaurants which offer plenty of space, welcoming decors, extensive menus and affordable meals. There are venues to suit all budgets here - from student-friendly pizzerias through to high-end and award-winning eateries with exclusive menus and fine dining experiences.
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    Which specialities will you try?

    There are plenty of delicious dishes to enjoy when you eat at the Italian restaurants in Southampton. Italian food is often simple and uses the finest ingredients to create moreish dishes. Try a simple starter such as zuppa di porcini (porcini mushroom soup) or zuppa di vongole (clam soup.) Antipasti make for delicious options if you want to try different specialities in small amounts before your main course. These can include olives, insalata caprese, goats cheese, roasted squash and beef carpaccio or bruschetta with sundried tomatoes and olive oil. For mains, why not try meatballs with a white wine sauce, a saffron risotto, beef tenderloins with balsamic vinegar or a primavera pizza. If you have room for a dolce - literally, a sweet - then why not try an espresso chocolate mousse or a scoop of home-made ice-cream. Remember to round off your meal with a coffee or a dessert wine for the ultimate in indulgence at Southampton's Italian restaurants.
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    What do Quandoo users say about Southampton's Italian restaurants?

    Our community of users at Quandoo have enjoyed many of the Italian restaurants in Southampton. Ennio's has received excellent reviews for its menus, quality of cuisine and the excellent ambience. It's located on the ground floor of a converted Victorian warehouse, so the decor is highly atmospheric. Or try Piccolo Mondo which is located on Windsor Terrace in the city centre. It has a mouth-watering and authentic menu which includes pizzas, pasta dishes, salads, fish dishes, meat and delicious desserts. The fresh trout cooked in lemon, butter, garlic and cream is always highly recommended! Scoozi on Oxford Street in Ocean Village is also a great choice, particularly for its pizzas which come piled high with toppings on an authentic thin pizza crust base. You'll certainly be spoiled for choice when it comes to picking excellent Italian restaurants in Southampton. Just remember to leave your review on Quandoo afterwards so that other diners can benefit from your opinion.