Bella Sera Italian Restaurant in Snyder, TX

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1. Bella Sera Italian Restaurant

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3703 College AveSnyder, TX 79549

(325) 574-1525

That's about a 4.8 on the rating, actually, just to be clear. Gotta leave a little room.But I have to say, I'm thrilled to see they're getting good Yelp. I grew up in L.A. and have been to a lot of really good Italian places -- cheap good to moderately-expensive good -- in quite a few parts of t…

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Bella Sera Italian Restaurant
Stephen F. rated

That's about a 4.8 on the rating, actually, just to be clear. Gotta leave a little room.But I have to say, I'm thrilled to see they're getting good Yelp. I grew up in L.A. and have been to a lot of really good Italian places -- cheap good to moderately-expensive good -- in quite a few parts of the country, but I was _not_ prepared for how good this was. Only been there once (earlier today), and it was a toss-up between manicotti and stromboli, but because so few places in the area do stromboli (or at least do it well), I figured that was the go. It was without a doubt the best I've ever had, as far as quality of ingredients, quality of dough and just the right brown on it. Anybody who knows stromboli a little bit knows it's hard to get a basis for comparison because ingredients vary so much and they're still not all that common in some areas, but this one was just pure terrific. Only thing I'd say is that it's _so_ good they ought to offer it with two or three options for fillings.Cannoli was also really good. Bread was excellent. Service was excellent. Overall, I'm just kind of blown away here.I'm not reviewing atmosphere, color scheme, view, or anything like that. I'm talking about the food here. Don't miss it.

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