I went on previous reviews, and found that in terms of décor, and style of tables etc that I would describe Di Bella as more of a café.
Soup to start was described as Chicken & Mushroom, weird texture, like grainy liquidised chicken
with little evidence or flavour of mushroom.
I had Spaghetti Carbonara which was very good, only downside was the little shaker of grated parmesan, god knows how old it was but it didn't taste much of cheese.
House wine was served by the glass or half bottles at not much of a premium. Shame that for an Italian restaurant the house wine was Australian.
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