Situated in The Guildhall, one of Walsall’s most beautiful buildings, Sofia’s Italian Restaurant on High Street serves proper Mediterranean cuisine in an elegant environment that’s ideal for a first date, anniversary dinner or simply a lunch with friends or family. Open every day of the week, Sofia’s Italian Restaurant in St. Matthew’s welcomes diners travelling from all over the West Midlands to taste just what makes their authentic Italian cuisine so unique.
was ok only people in restaurant was cold Was told meal was for starter or dessert and main Had 1 portion of bread to start no balsamic vinegar to dip bread (normal in Italian resturants) When main came had ordered garlic bread as an extra were told it would be a further 5 minutes after mains came (we were only people in) Ordered 1 dessert When bill came were charged for a dessert (told not in offer we had but this was not what told at start) Also charged for service Food was ok had veg pizza but was very few items on Also no extras with main (cheese or black pepper) Staff very inexperienced but pleasant. Would not go again
the food was really good and the staff Laura and Daniella were really very good, a very good atmosphere in the restaurant would really recommend that you go to Sofia's
Only us 2 in the restaurant and the garlic bread and chips came 15 minutes before our food?the staff were really nice but the food was average,sofias used to be amazing and our favourite restaurant,I don't know what happened,a real shame.
Sofia’s Italian Restaurant finds itself in The Guildhall, a 19th century stone and brick building on the corner of Walsall’s High Street and Goodall Street, directly in the heart of town. Beloved by local foodies for its traditional Italian specialties, Sofia’s in St Matthew’s has quickly become a foodie favourite, drawing in diners from all across the West Midlands who crave a real Italian culinary experience.
When visiting Sofia’s Italian Restaurant, guests are treated to an extensive menu of Mediterranean dishes including a variety of starters, seafood specialties, and naturally, plenty of pastas and pizzas. Come in from 12pm to 3pm Monday through Wednesday for lovely homemade sweets, high-quality loose-leaf teas and a traditional English lunch. Even the little ones can choose from sophisticated dishes on the children’s menu like penne pollo, beef lasagne and cheese and tomato pizza. A visit to Sofia’s Italian Street in Walsall’s St Matthew’s wouldn’t be complete, however, without dessert – the tiramisu, homemade cherry cheesecake and lemon sorbet with limoncello are a must for those with a sweet tooth.