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Posted by Nancy S. on 07/13/2009
My daughter Julie's bridal shower was hosted last night by her bridesmaids. Besides the elegant dining, atmosphere, the service was most understanding. Thank you so much to Chef Mark, Carl and Brendon for making the evening most memorable!
Posted by Reverend Marian on 05/17/2009
I just presided over a wedding at Belle Tori, and found it to be one of the most elegant and beautiful locations to hold a wedding. Inside and outside, they have considered every detail of Victorian architecture. Exquisitely maintained ~ lovely landscaping ~ excellent parking. For brides, gracious staircase to descend, beautiful changing rooms, considerate and caring staff and management. Driving through this older, yet affluent Langhorne neighborhood, it was a reminder of the golden Victorian era of the past. I strongly recommend Belle Tori for weddings and social gatherings.
Posted by John on 02/08/2009
The cuisine did not compare to the price or the ambience. My wife and I fine dine at least once a week, and we had high expectations for Bella Tori based on other reviews. The food was good but not great. Would recommend the servers spend a day at the four seasons (fountain), for tips and pointers. Probably would not return considering the amount of quality restaurants in our area.
Posted by JDD08 on 06/22/2008
Went to Bella Tori last night for an anniversary dinner. My wife had the four course meal for $35 (definately a bargain) The calamari was average, but had a very nice marinara sauce to accompany it. The caesar salad was outstanding. Parmesan encrusted tilapia was also very good It's hard to keep a piece of fish that moist, but they succeeded. Dessert, a 7 layer chocolate cake with fresh berries and a strawberry puree was also outstanding. I also had the caesar salad (complete with an anchovy filet) and the steak and shrimp as an entree. The steak was cooked to perfection with a nice sauce drizzled over the top. We split the dessert. The service was outstanding. Our waitress was very nice and attentive, but let us have our space and enjoy our meal. The surroundings cannot be beat, located in an old mansion that reminds you of a movie from the 1920's. This was a fantastic experience and we will be back.
Posted by Nick P. on 12/19/2007
We normally have dinner in the city, but didn't feel like making the trip. Our friends had told us about Bella Tori so we decided to check it out. What a great night, the Maiterd greeted us as we walked through the door and did not hesitate to give us a brief history of the mansion. It turns out that the maiterd was also the general manager. The food was out of this world. I had a seafood dish called misto mari which consisted of assorted shellfish over pasta with home made marinara. My friend had the chicken marsala in a sauce he said he could eat by itself it was so flavorful. Thanks for a great dinner and saving us the gas Money from driving into the city. P.S The parking is free
Posted by jessica on 10/06/2007
We love this place and dine there often. The service is attentive and friendly, food is fabulous and the atmosphere is beautiful. If in doubt, try the brunch!
Posted by JandJ on 07/25/2007
My wife and I had been here twice before and have enjoyed the food and ambience. We knew that a Wednesday may be a quiet evening, but made reservations anyway for wife's birthday. Despite the elegant room, its disappointing to see diners in jeans and polo shirts. We were seated promptly but had to switch seats, as my wife didn't really like looking into the brightly lit pantry in one corner of the room. Server, Carl, took our drink order quickly and told us of the specials. We ordered off the regular menu (Veal and duck). Despite a bottle of olive oil and bread plates on the table, no bread was offered or brought to the table. We enjoyed our time until the manager and Carl started to prep for the Rotary Club meeting the next morning. Our quiet dinner was interrupted by moving tables, picking up dinner plates, setting up coffee cups and Carl's whistling. I would have thought that they could have waited until the diners were gone. We'll try it again on a weekend!