Bring the flavours and aromas of Milan or Bologna to the Black Country by reserving some space at one of Walsall's exceptional Italian restaurants. At Quandoo, we make it easy to book tables at the area's trattorias and ristorantes. So, when you can't resist your pizza addiction, throw away those takeaway menus. Head for an authentic dose of dough and toppings whipped up by one of the master chefs at Walsall's Italian restaurants.
When you browse the listings, you might be surprised by what you find. This pocket of the Midlands has a cluster of superb options which blend upscale surroundings and home cooking that would make their mamas beam with pride. Just take Gio's Italian, for example. With its intimate feel and friendly welcome, it's everything a neighbourhood trattoria should be. Informal in the dining room, but rigorous in the kitchen, this Ryecroft favourite makes every single shred of pasta in their own kitchen (and even offers pasta-making classes for curious diners). Even better, if you love what you taste, their on-site deli lets you recreate dishes at home - a win-win for gourmet fanatics.
But if you want something a little more formal and chic, there are other Italian restaurants in Walsall to check out. For instance, on the High Street you'll find fantastic food being served in the magnificent Guildhall building, where some Venetian dining decadence has been transplanted to a Black Country setting. From carpaccio of beef or ham hock terrine to start, you can move onto Milanese veal escalopes, then a bowl of fettuccine – switching wines to complement every dish as the sommelier suggests. There's no better way to let an evening unfold than spending time at Walsall's upscale Italian restaurants.
Aside from the quality of the food and surroundings at Walsall's Italian restaurants, these are also just great places to get away from it all and socialise. That's what dining in Italy is all about – the gathering together of friends over some fine and fresh food, to chat about their lives and catch up with all the gossip. So why not get everyone together over some pizzas to share, and pass around the Montepulciano. Saluti!