Your local Strada is currently set to Horsham
Since opening its doors on East Street, Strada has proved to be a popular place to dine - with its cool and contemporary interior and authentic Italian cooking.
The restaurant is the perfect spot for taking a break from shopping in this market town and is also the ideal venue for business lunches and parties.
Sun - Thu:
11.30am - 10.00pm
Fri - Sat:
11.30am - 11.00pm
Read the latest reviews from our customers
We all had an excellent meal and experience and would thoroughly recommend the restaurant.
We were welcomed by all the staff and looked after particularly well by Christina who took time to explain the menu and make sure we were all superbly looked after.
The facilities were all good and clean (including the toilets!) and there was good atmosphere with tables not too packed in.
The food was excellent and the choice was a welcome change from other high street brands. Four of us ate and all meals were great particularly the Risotto Zucca and Pork - Saltimbocca Maiale. Only one criticism was that the chile in the pasta was too hot for a younger palate but we could have changed this when ordering.
The desserts are to die for and the Affogato and Bunet Piemontese get our vote!
We will definitely be back - so thank you for a great evening and an interesting menu.
We received a warm welcome, and outstanding customer service at Strada Horsham as we sampled the tasting menu which our waiter described with passion and enthusiasm.
The Sciacciatella aglio flat bread was a delicious starter with rosemary and garlic and my son declared the best garlic bread he has tasted.
The Olives were crisp and a perfect.
The Antipasto was a feast for the eyes and beautifully presented.
From the whole experience our favourite taster was the Affogato (ice nougat with a shot of hot fresh espresso to pour over the top).
We had a fantastic meal at Strada in Horsham on Saturday night. We started with Sicilian olives and a delicious rosemary and garlic flatbread - so light! We then tried the Antipasti which was a lovely combination of cold meats, tomato & mozzarella salad and bruschetta with salty olive and anchovy tapenade. Service was friendly and professional from the start, and the manager explained each dish to us as it was served, discussing where the ingredients were sourced and the origin of the different styles of cooking. As main meals we sampled the whole sea bream stuffed with lemon and herbs, a four seasons pizza, strozzapreti pasta with spicy sausage and a lucious pumpkin and spinach risotto. All of which were beautifully cooked and presented, and went so well with a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon. For dessert we shared an affogato, a heavenly chocolate and ameretto cream, and a couple of scoops of pistachio ice cream. The chocolate dessert (Bunet Piemontese) was to die for, and I will be ordering it ever time I return to Strada!