Sedgley is well-served by restaurants, with a variety of cuisines on offer to cater for all tastes.
In the centre itself, diners can choose from Indian, Chinese, Thai or traditional English pub grub – all at reasonable prices.
Local resident, Richard Smith, particularly recommends Indian restaurant Sedgley Spice in Bilston Steet, saying: “What a fantastic meal I had at Sedgley Spice – they even gave my brother a free birthday cake. Top service!”
And, just a few doors down from here is one of the village’s best-kept secrets – Mee’s Thai Restaurant, located at the back of the Bull’s Head pub.
Here diners can choose from a delicious array of Thai cuisine made using authentic ingredients and served in a relaxing atmosphere.
Although it’s only been open six months, this latest addition to Sedgley’s dining scene has already built up an excellent reputation among residents, thanks to excellent customer service, reasonable prices and perfectly-
prepared dishes. Booking is a must, as Mee’s is always bustling.
For lovers of Italian food, a visit to Cafe Casita in Clarence Street, Upper Gornal, is essential. Managers Anna and Erminio pride themselves on creating a welcoming atmosphere, accompanied by authentic cuisine.
Choose from a menu bursting with freshly-prepared dishes, such as slithers of salmon served on a bed of lettuce drizzled with balsamic to start, followed by chicken breast, cooked in red wine with tomatoes, peppers, onions and herbs.
And, moving on to Lower Gornal, a visit to The Fountain is always a memorable experience, with a huge range of locally-sourced sausage and mash combinations to choose from, along with a menu featuring Black Country specialities and pub grub favourites. Sunday lunches here are always hugely popular, with a regular choice of three roast meats.
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