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Local Restaurants & Places to Eat around Wolverhampton

Hamiltons Restaurant Wolverhampton

12-13 Park Rd W, Wolverhampton WV1 4PP, UK – 01902 567628

Excellent alternative afternoon tea there was a good range of alternative savoury selection & cakes. Staff were very attentive to our needs and very friendly. Access is appropriate for wheelchair access. There is also an option for gentlemans afternoon tea. I would definitely reccomend a visit.

Nice place really friendly staff, didn't eat there but had family staying there. They were full of praise

Fiume Italian Bar & Restaurant

5 Bridgnorth Rd, Wolverhampton WV6 8AB, UK – 01902 755550

Amazing food great service. Unfortunately the table was to close to a couple already dining about 6 inches distance between our table and theirs. I would have preferred the specials to be on a separate menu or wrote onto the specials board . Food lovely and attentive service.

Lovely friendly atmosphere. Super location. Good good. Child friendly.

Bella Restaurant Ltd

82 Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton WV3 0TY, UK – 01902 427555

Smashing restaurant with creative and wonderful food. The service and staff are fantastic. Very nice central location a great little dining experience . I've been numerous times, either for lunch alone, or in the evening with friends. I'm looking forward to our next visit.

Another wonderful evening at Bella. Please give our thanks to the team for a great evening. The food is always perfect, fresh ingredients full of flavour and well presented offering a wonderful combination of both modern and classic Italian recipes. Love the ambience and excellent service. The staff were just wonderful. Looking forward to our next visit. What a great place! Love the history about the town and the girl named Isabella who saved the village and in honour of her bravery, the town was named Bella.

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