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Villa Italia Restaurant

37 - 41 University Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT7 1ND
Villa Italia Restaurant

About

Villa Italia has over 300 seats and been well established on the South side of Belfast in the bustling University area for 16 years.

A listed Georgian building, its success as one of Belfast’s most popular eateries, continues to grow, and is obvious by the queues which form on a regular basis outside the door every weekend rain, hail or snow!

While sitting under trellises of succulent grapes, surrounded by murals of Italian countryside, terracotta tiles, the subtle smell of garlic in the air and even Italian speaking waiters amongst our staff, one can’t help but feel transported to La Bella Italia itself.

The menu at Villa Italia never tires as it is changed seasonally which adds a freshness and excitement to the customer's palette. The extensive menu is traditionally Italian and is sure to please whatever your taste.

At Villa Italia you will feel at home whatever your age or background as the clientele ranges from students to couples out for a romantic evening, to families big and small sitting around the table in that good Italian tradition, discussing life, over plates of pasta and pizza while the baby sits happily sucking on a crust in a highchair. Children are openly welcome at Villa Italia. Weekend evenings there is face painting for the young ones and colouring pages are offered on a regular basis for the bigger ones.

It has been known that the pizza maker on a quiet moment has dished out the odd doughball which provides endless minutes of entertainment and creation.

Facilities

Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Children's Menu Available
  • Highchairs Available

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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Tel+44 (0) 28 9032 8356

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Opening Times

* Monday to Friday 17:00-23:00
Saturday 16:00-23:00
Sunday 12:30-21:30

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