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Mascalzoni was a great find. Quiet, but lively, with delicious traditional food. The veal cooked in Lambrusco wine was "melt in your mouth" tender. The grilled vegies were somewhat ordinary, though delicious as always with olive oil. Would definitely come back.
Our tour guide recommended this place for dinner and she was spot on. Atmosphere is warm and welcoming, as are the people. It was exactly the kind of place we had been looking for on our week-long trip to Northern Italy. The chef came to...More
A very nice and typical good restaurant in the center of Parma. You get the food from Parma and you can let the put together a nice dinner where not everyone has to order a “menu”. I hate that. There was a fantastic starter plate...More
One of our most memorable meals in Parma. Incredible quality food, excellent wine list and great service. So good, we ate lunch and dinner there on the same day. Thank you, the steak with balsamic was a highlight.
Brought here by locals, couldn't ask for anything better!!! Lovely restaurant down a side street off Farini, everything is home made, had an antipasto of veal carpaccio with pecorino, no shortage of it, and a main of traditional pasta!!! Tiramisu to finish!!!
All great value...More
Though is a bit hidden from the main streets this restaurant is definetly worth it. Good wine and food, quiet place, good serving and everything you could expect from a lunch in Parma.
Try the Taglione Prosciutto, impressive dish!
This authentic Italian experience was exactly what we were after. We booked a late dinner and enjoyed sitting outside in the alley with bright yellow tablecloths and a lovely bustling atmosphere.
Staff were friendly and spoke only a little English but we did our best...More
Was on my own for the night, and this place was quieter than all of the packed places around the corner. Had prosciutto and Parmesan for entree (when in Parma), which was plentiful and yummy, followed by chateaubriand. The beef was a little more well...More