On Mill Point Road opposite the Perth Zoo,
is one of Perth’s unique Italian restaurants operating in a heritage listed building, incorporating casual dining and function areas which will capture your imagination.
This landmark of South Perth was built by Fred Stidworthy a stone mason around 1900. He and is family moved in around 1902 lived downstairs while Fred built the Old Mill Theatre and designed and completed the stone masonry work at The Perth Zoo and a few other small projects around Perth during this time.
At some point in time Fred was reportedly stabbed in a Perth hotel and the Family moved upstairs and his wife ran the 1st tea rooms in South Perth downstairs until 1918.
Since then a dressmaker and tailor shop have operated at the property and in 1961 reportedly a Restaurant called The Rose. A restaurant down stairs and a Bordello up stairs as told to Sopranos staff by a coffee maker and other customers who have dinned at Soprano’s. A famous and well known French restaurant La Petit Noir ,Ladislavs a Hungarian Restaurant. Customers even say the building is haunted and have seen a figure on the stairwell. During 2000 the building was renovated and opened in 2001 as Soprano’s Pizzeria Ristorante. Discover the rustic setting and vibrant atmosphere in this iconic landmark building in South Perth. Book to experience a lunch dinner or special event you and your guests will truly enjoy.
WHY CHOOSE US?
Enjoy traditional Italian Cuisine made fresh daily including Hand made Pasta and Wood fired pizza.
Our 2 storey Heritage listed building offers a relaxed setting and rustic feeling inside or alfresco.
Intimate and private dining or function rooms available - You can choose to dine in a private room or with the crowd. We also have balconies if desired.
Professional staff who will offer you the friendly attentive service our guests deserve.
Our mission here at Soprano's is to supply our guests with a dining experience that will leave them smiling.