It was our 3 year anniversary, and we had decided to try somewhere different. We had been told good reviews about Bella Luma from family. Upon entering we noticed the garden dining area featured tables with plastic chairs, hardly the 'beautiful' atmosphere we had expected, but we were forgiving as we know a restaurant's service and food could re-deem them. Upon ordering drinks, we were told there was no coke, only pepsi, to mix with the spirits...hardly a good start... who would drink bourbon with pepsi?? For entree we shared the salt and peper quail. The dish was beautiful!! What a great way to start our meal. For mains we ordered veal scalloponi and pork ribs. The veal was not what we expected; the sauce was sweet, almost tasting like melted icecream, with mushrooms in it, not at all like other veal scalloponis we had experienced...the potato appeared to be deb, or 'fake' potato, and the vegetable sides were burnt, all in all I couldnt even attempt to finish the dish. For the pork ribs, the main that arrived was a completely different dish, instead we had been brought a lamb dish, which in it's self was not what we ordered, and lacked flavour; the best part of the dish was the side of chips. All in all, it was a dissapointing night out, overpriced, and perhaps the chef should try the dishes before serving. Will not be coming back.