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Sophia’s Restaurant Northampton

Sophia’s has been proudly serving the people of Northampton great food for nearly twenty years but have never been more excited about their cuisine than they are today.

Their chef Andrew Kelly has returned and has brought with him an enthusiasm and contemporary style that has taken their dishes to new heights.

Andrew and John have combined to a produce menu that marries the traditional trattoria style pasta and pizza dishes with truly innovative and contemporary Meat and Fish mains and starters. Enjoy!

The owner John Panayis came here in 1995 and assures us that he and his staff strive to offer you food and service to equal any eatery in town, past or present. As his valued customers and friends in Northampton over the past 30 years or more will know he believes that customer comes first. That is why you will rarely find and evening when he is not, either cooking or waiting on your table. Please say hello and let him know what your favourite dish is!

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