Aqua Restaurant

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3 reviews
153 Whiteladies Road,

(0117) 973 3314

Aqua Restaurant Information

Aqua Restaurant serves Italian cuisine and offers a variety of menus including weekday breakfast, an early evening set menu and a full a la carte menu of contemporary Italian dishes.

Opening Hours
Mon-Thu 10:00-22:00
Fri-Sat 10:00-22:30
Sun 10:00-22:00
Avg Food Spend
£10 - £20 per person
Food Info
A La Carte Menu, Breakfast Menu
Drink Info
Beer from £3.10 per bottle
Wine from £14.25 per bottle
Outdoor Area
Pavement seating

Aqua Restaurant User reviews

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Reviewer SteveOMara8
Went to Aqua Whiteladies Road with a groupo of 10 friends on Sat 7th Feb 2015,could not fault the food or service, had mushrooms with breadrumbs and Duck.
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Reviewer nickt4317
Went for a birthday, 6 of us, excellent atmosphere, lush beer and food, really enjoyed it, loads of people sitting outside in winter, very nice.
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Reviewer drhawk100
Used this restaurant in a party of 18 for a birthday celebration in October 2010. a bit disappointed with the table layout as we expected to be seated together but were split into two groups which splintered the celebration somewhat.
the menu was nothing special for an Italian restaurant and I chose
Cocktail di gamberi as a starter, Very disappointed when it arrived it look like a vegetarian garden with 2 rather crunchy prawn's and a teaspoon of crab meat, very dry to it and far to much greenery
very poor.
Next main course Pizza Diavola allegedly 5 small pieces of pepperoni were hidden on this again vegetarian pizza.
could each much of this as it was far to vegetable infected for me, but the base and crust were pizza hut standard.{not advertised as 99% veggie}
This was upsetting as I was hungry and having filled up on 2 crunchy prawns from the previous course I was expecting far better food than this.
I passed on dessert and settled for a large slice of birthday cake fortunately made by outside caterer and it was delicious.
My overall impression of this restaurant is that its all front with very little substance, The chef I later learned was Australian I don,t know it this effects the range of food of offer but he definitely likes his vegetables
I would not go back as I don,t, I do not think it offers value for money and any
carnivore would be disappointed
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