Early Bird Discounted Menu in Stourbridge
Restaurant with Early Bird Discounted Menu Italian Restaurant Stourbridge Many visitors and locals alike prefer to dine at Baci a little earlier than the average Earlybird offer deal
2 Courses £12.95 + Soft Drink
2 Courses £13.95 + Gls H.W
All menu items are subject to change according to seasonality and availability.
Available Tuesday to Friday Form 12pm till 19pm • Saturday from 12pm till 18pm
- Zuppa dello Chef - V
Chefs homemade soup, served with ciabatta bread
- Caprino in sfoglia V
Goat cheese in filo pastry fried and served in a bed of Diana sauce
- Tortino di pesce
Fish cake served in a bed of mix salad and served with tartar sauce
- Polpette piccanti
Homemade meat balls served in a spicy tomato sauce and topped with mozzarella cheese
- Nasello in salsa di pomodorini
Grilled Hake in a cherry tomato sauce with olives and capers served with mix vegetables
- Pancetta di maiale alla griglia
Plane Grilled Pork Belly served with mix vegetables
- Gnocchi alla Siciliana
Italian potato Dumplings in a rich tomato sauce with a touch of fresh homemade pesto
- Pizza Tirolese
Speck, Gorgonzola and fried egg
Traditional Italian Tiramisu
- Panna Cotta
Classic dessert from Piemonte, vanilla flavoured topped with caramel sauce
- Sorbetto all’arancia
A whole natural orange skin filled with orange sorbet
2 Courses + 1 soft drink £ 12.95 • 2 Courses + 1 glass of H.W £ 13.95
3 Courses + 1 soft drink £ 15.95 • 3 Courses + 1 glass of H.W. £ 16.95
Making a Special Dietary Request
Our standard menu selections are available to view online. When making reservations and arriving at your dining location, please follow these guidelines:
When reserving a table online, please indicate all food allergies and intolerances at the time of booking.
At the Restaurant
Inform the server of any restrictions upon your arrival. You have the opportunity to consult with a chef.
Italian Desserts and Sweets Stourbridge
Decadent, flavorful and common: Italian desserts have it all. These delightful desserts have a long history, and lots of the them are favorites of most Italian restaurant’s menu.
For Italians, cooking and sharing food is no less than a way of life, whether it is at home with friends, in a humble trattoria or a fine-dining restaurant. Wherever it’s eaten, it’s always based around fresh, seasonal produce, which is the main reason that it is hard to talk about “Italian food” as a single entity. In fact, Italian food varies widely by region – and even village to village – and according to the time of year.