We ate here with a group at several occasions and were never disappointed. Excellent combinations of tastes, beautifully arranged and interesting wines to go with the food.
Excellent food, nice atmosphere, kind people. A fusion, creative and curious restaurant hidden in the depths of Parma. Love the antipasti.
This was the first time that I had a complete meal in Italy that did not have either pasta or rice! The chef's take on the Japan-Italy fusion was delicious, with seafood the star in a number of very different dishes. The eggplant and potatoes were perfect accompaniments to the fish, shellfish, and octopus in the mains. In a vibrant... More
We went for the four course tasting menu to try as much of the different combination of flavours shown on the menu as possible in a single dinner. It was fantastic. Started with a delicously cooked piece of porc with a crunchy crust combined with pieces of caramilized apple and apple mouse contrasted with lettuce seasoned by balsamico. This was... More
I eat there regularly. Extremely good food : especially the starters and the fish "secondi" (second courses) . A mix of Asian and Italian cuisine ( the chef is married to a Japanese woman). Although they make fusion cuisine, the names of dishes are not too pretentious. The service is also great: when you get that little "amuse bouche" right... More
I agree with all the previous reviews but not with the price you said. I went there lots of times and tried all the menu, but the best choice is the antipasto di sushi, which is 12 euros for 6 BIG nigiri!! After that if you wanna have a dessert you wanna choose the ricotta cannoli.. So without wine is... More
A small but really great restaurant in the Parma 's center , the cuisine is modern and creative, the Chef Davide Di Dio is alone in the kitchen but he knows how to work, the restaurant was crawd but the dishes were in a great presentation , incredibile was the beef tartare like sushi style with wasabi cream, artichokes with... More
We were looking for a restaurant that actually does something other than pasta and the regular run of the mill that every Italian restaurant does(some of them extremely well I must add). I noticed MOSAIKO in the list as Japanese/fusion...and that is exactly what it is..with a twist. Unfortunately we were only in Parma for 1 night so could only... More
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