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The food lacks flavor, had the potato cake, mixed tortellini, water and a Rossini and got charged 41 euro. The potato tort was just buttery mash and truffles which were rather tasteless, the pasta was ok but too much oil. Ripped off on the cocktail...as others received Large snacks whilst I got 4 measly rice balls, didn’t eat the bun and the waiter charged 9.50 for it when it was 7.00 on the menu plus 3.00 for service charge. The bread serving was huge and I hope they do not recycle it, why give so much bread to one person. I tried to tell the waiter but he leaned too close without his mask. No internet either. There must be better places in ParmaMore
Went here for lunch whilst walking around Parma. The deli that was attached to the restaurant looked lovely and the menu sounded even better so we thought we would give it a try. We were definitely not disappointed by our choice! The restaurant was very...nicely decorated and all of the staff were very smartly dressed. We were lucky that the head waiter greeted us in English, and they even had a menu available that was translated into English which was very handy. We ordered the 30 month aged Parma ham for starter. It was beautifully presented on a platter and the waiter had recommended the fried pasta to accompany this, and it was a great choice. Best Parma ham I have ever had!
The mains that we ordered all looked and tasted fabulous. My wild boar pappardelle was fantastic!
This restaurant was very popular for the locals and was packed out at lunchtime.
Would definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone visiting Parma.More
We were exploring parma for the day before going to the rugby and stumbled across Sorelle Picchi, on the main cobbled street the menu had some great choices maybe on the slightly pricier side (in the end well worth it ) , for starters we...went for the 30 month aged parma ham , we were advised to have the fried pasta with it , i have never had them before and they went really well and for the parma ham that was something else , never had parma ham taste so delicious ! What a fantastic start to the menu. For mains i went for the traditional parma lasagne , my partner went for the porcini mushroom risotto with parma ham and my brother went for the buffalo meatballs with parpadelle , all 3 dishes just blew our minds the flavour created in each dish was just phenomenal such depth we were all blown away if you ever visit out to parma give this place a try you will not be disappointed!More
Had lunch at this restaurant and it was really good! My wife had the green ravioli and I had the fettuccini with porcini mushrooms. Both plates were delicious. We were the only foreigners and everybody else were locals, which is a good sign. The staff...speaks English and were very friendly. I definitely recommend this restaurant if you are in Parma!More
In the hystorical center of Parma a former delicatessen shop with an ancient stone underground floor. We were 3 and ate ham and culatello with parmesan cheese- exactly 5 slices each of us -and a small piece of cheese. We drank water and a glass...of wine .89 euro ....too much...don't go !More
Was out trying to decide where to have dinner one night in Parma and just popped in here out of the blue. We were delighted we did so, nice wait staff and food was delicious. Our Pasta courses were perfect although my friend thought his...tortelli was dry but didn’t realise it didn’t come with a sauce. My Pappardelle ragu was perfect as was the fettuccine solo fungi. The restaurant is also a delicatessen and the food inside is of restaurant quality also the Parma ham display is amazing. Inside the restaurant is wonderfully decorated with small nooks to sit in all around the place.
All in all three mains, deserts caffe and wine for three people at €99 was well worth it. Would definitely eat here again.More