Bello Cibo

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R80 avg main meal
Comfy & casual
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Critic's review

With a name that means ‘beautiful food’ in Italian, it’s no surprise that the menu has its sights set firmly on Europe, offering the likes of poached marrow bones and garlic snails for the adventurous. The wide selection of pizza and pasta are fairly dependable, or opt for the creative Karoo-inspired ostrich saltimbocca.

Not especially exciting, with only a few estates on offer. Light on local wineries and by-the-glass offerings, but generally offers good value.

Country casual, with not an air or grace to be seen; a style that seems to go down well with patrons.

Generous portions and an accessible menu have made this a popular local hangout. Terrace tables are great on summer evenings.

This is a good option for families, with efficient staff and a relaxed vibe. (RH, September 2010)
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User reviews

  • Absolutely outstanding.
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  • Sorry to disappoint some people. Food is far from excellent. Reputation is all this restaurant thrives on. Prawns were overcooked and burnt, which is a feat, and tagliatelle with salmon had so much black pepper corns in them that our daughter got an upset stomach. I tried it myself and she was definitely not overreacting. When I gently suggested that the ladies in the kitchen should leave the amount of black peppeer to the customer I received a not too friendly remark. Definitely not worth visiting. Try Jemima or the Colony for sophisicated food or Brians Grill for a straigt up good piece of meat.

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  • Wonderful place to eat. The food is excellent.
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  • Alfresco
  • Child friendly
  • Functions
  • Licensed
  • Parking
  • Takeaways
  • Vegetarian
  • Wheelchair
  • WiFi

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