In this fun and romantic sim game, you take on the role of Elena, a young woman faced with a vast number of decisions to make. You'll need to solve the innumerable catastrophes that arise in the lives of her friends and family, help her develop her own career, and maintain a stable and loving relationship with her boyfriend, Elio. Change the outcome of the game just by changing your mind!
I'd recommend it all! Nice ambiance. Simply remarkable! My oldest son ordered Spaghetti with marinara sauce. Its a must try Ciao Bella is open daily Leave room for the tiramisu - best ever! I have never had a bad meal there. The wait was longer than expected for our food to arrive and I didn't realize free refills may not have been included. If it was just my wife and I it wouldn't have been bad. It's funny, cheerful and I love the art and the music. We arrived to celebrate my husband's coworkers advancement with a party of ten. All were simply amazing but the carbonara lingers most sweetly in my memory! I added an extra star because I thought the service was great. Equally great. We asked in and there were 2 other couple in there.
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Ciao Bella have created a whole new world. The spinach salad was exceptional. Very telling for me about him and his approach to life!! Honestly, that was some of the worst Italian food I've ever had; even by "Americanized Virtual Families standards. If you have dietary restrictions or allergies, make sure you note them to the server. Service was prompt and kind considering it was close to closing time. I had the lasagna, my so. My husband had the lasagna. They also provide The Island: Castaway bread with Glimmer delicious dipping oil contains fried garlic. Bellla great. The staff Bell also great, our server was excellent. I would say it's kind of similar to Life Quest, if you've ever played that. I wish there was a part 2.
You are transported to Italy - the food and service will not disappoint. I always get the fettuccine with chicken and a crab bisque, both delicious. When we arrive we are told that they will not split the bill between more than 4 cards. The storyline and music is entertaining too. I shared the veal special, which was two thin cut pieces of veal stuffed with spinach and topped with marsala sauce and some gorgonzola. I wish they made a 2nd installment. It is a miracle after being outside. Ciao Bella is a solid Italian restaurant in the heart of downtown Anacortes. I almost decided to leave then. It's also nice to play something that isn't a hidden object game. The spinach salad was exceptional. We walked in 1 hour to close and it looked like we inconvenienced the first waitress we saw by the look on her face. I was craving Italian food like no other. Best meal we've had this trip. One of the finest games I ever played.
Ciao Bella is a game I highly recommend. When the pizza arrived, I was happy to see it was an authentic thin crust Neapolitan pizza, Ciao Bella not Ciao Bella Hero of the Kingdom II Americanized pizza you find elsewhere. The olive oil for dipping was good but could improve with a little more garlic, and perhaps red pepper flake, infusion. The portion size was perfect for one person and with great flavor. The atmosphere is a cozy warm family feeling. The woodfire pizza and lasagna are the go-to dishes for us. The chicken fettuccine my wife ordered was excellent, with plenty of sauce and chicken. Overall, the dish was good -- but not great -- with the veal having flavor only if you tasted it separately from the rest. The bread served before Shannon Tweeds Attack of the Groupies meal appeared and tasted fresh baked. The bisque was definitely the highlight of the meal. I've only ever dined in here once and it was a good experience. The food is pretty solid though I had the chicken parmigiana, which was overly drenched in a sweet, slightly creamy tomato sauce, but was nevertheless quite good. It's funny, cheerful and I love the art and the music. Not bad, but not great.
We came here for dinner after a day of whale watching. I was craving Italian food like no other. I had the chicken parmigiana, which was overly drenched in a sweet, slightly creamy tomato sauce, but was nevertheless quite good. I told my boyfriend, without sharing my results, about the game and how fun it was and that he should play it. He played and won with the highest score! The potatoes were as good as anywhere else, unless you like them a little crispy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LadyRuby from This game is a little hidden gem This game deserved more publicity, since it's a little gem. We got the calamari and the crab bisque to start. He said it was quite tasty. My husband had the lasagna. You have to make choices with your time, diet and sleep, while juggling problems with your crazy family. Basically, you play Elena, a girl living in Little Italy, You have to complete tasks and keep your life in balance in order to progress. We'll be back Ciao Bella on 15th and commercial in Anacortes is a wonderful experience. The chef recommends honey to finish the pizza and we agree.
The lemon sorbet my co-eater got was decent but a bit overly sweet for my liking. The wait was longer than expected for our food to arrive and I didn't realize free refills may not have been included. Simple graphics, but I didn't mind. Very telling for me about him and his approach to life!! So come have a pasta dish or a pizza and some wine. This salad was good -- fresh spinach, good dressing, excellently caramelized walnuts like candy! The portions are huge so there is always leftovers for the next day. However, I have done to-go many times. We reply that's fine because many of us brought cash. The pizza oven they have is definitely impressive and sits at the front of the restaurant. My guess is that the ingredients are average in terms of quality. It was probably a little fancier than we would normally go to with the kids but we were all hungry and tired. We tell our waitress who is "together" for our bill. If you are a small party of people who love Italian food this place is for you