GLASGOW southside dining institution, Bella Napoli, is going for gold for the Commonwealth Games – and food bank charity, Glasgow City Mission, is all set to reap the rewards.
To help inspire Team Scotland to go for gold in the Commonwealth Games, master chef and artist, Domenico Crolla, proprietor of Bella Napoli, has built perhaps the world’s first gold pizza oven and, for the duration of the Games, has introduced edible gold leaf as an extra special ingredient on many of the dishes on his menu.
“Pizza looks cool with gold on top; but other dishes, like the humble lasagne, also look great with a top layer of edible gold leaf, especially when it come piping hot from a gold oven,” he said.
“In a world where excess is sometimes frowned upon, I’ll donate the cost of the gold leaf to Glasgow City Mission. My hope is that, by going for gold, Bella Napoli will help inspire our athletes to win gold medals at the Commonwealth Games.”
Bella Napoli’s menu features a range of classic Italian dishes with a modern twist; from its tempting appetisers to its extensive pizza and pasta ranges, its delicious chicken, beef, veal and fish dishes, to its mouth-watering selection of Italian desserts.
Bella Napoli is recognised as the best Italian restaurant in the UK by the highly-respected Pizza, Pasta and Italian Food Association.
The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games takes place from 23rd July till 3rd August with 6500 athletes and officials from 70 countries competing in 17 sports over 11 days.
Bella Napoli is located at 85 Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow. For bookings call 0141 632 4222.
For further information please contact Domenico Crolla on tel 07971 098765
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Date: 30th June 2014
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