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Mediterranean, Emilian, Northern-Italian
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This restaurant annexed to the Daniel hotel is the pride of the town. It is composed of two dining rooms, rustic in style and pleasantly secluded. The ...
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Reviewed September 23, 2020 via mobile

Wonderful restaurant with nice host and exzellent, high quality food...try the culatello and parmigiano...homemade erbette with truffle..salad with porcini(raw) and than foie gras...a dream come true...and do not forget to choose lambrusco!! What a great experience!!!

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed August 23, 2020 via mobile

Perfect service and food, top location, very fair prices. We will come back for sure.. Compliments !!

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed July 27, 2020 via mobile

Food was fresh and extremely tasty. Excellent service and we were very happy and highly recommend it

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed September 5, 2019

Today , we decided to stop in Parma for lunch. After looking at tripadvisor reviews , we were excited to get a table at Ristorante Cocchi. Restaurant is cosy with interesting artwork and a collection of empty bottles of 'trophy wines' Starter was a flan...with a creamy parmigianna sauce and shaved truffle.. Quite nice with the cheese flavour really coming through. Truffle flavour was not there . I've never tasted truffles without flavour before. Anyway , we eagerly awaited todays special of roasted Guinea Fowl with truffles. Upon trying, we both recognised the taste of poultry that was past its use by date . Really unedible and possibly dangerous to health. The waiter immediately removed the dishes but did not look happy. We were definitely not happy . The atmosphere was civil but not enjoyable. The restaurant began to fill up with regular customers and we noticed that the guinea Fowl was not offered as a special anymore. We had some pasta dishes that were OK but the lunch had been ruined. When the bill came the waiter said the dishes sent back were unedible !!! and would not be charged. Is it good enough to send out inedible dishes , ruin the meal [ It is awkward to send back plates, particurlarly ' fine dining'] , and then by not charging think it OK ? This was a major stuff up in the kitchen and we were the recipients. Neither chef or manager came to apologize !We had to find a Gelateria to get the bad taste out of our mouths. Murray Smith Canobolas Smith Wines AustraliaMore

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 3, 2019 via mobile

If you’re a nouvelle cuisine fan stay away. If you are a vegetarian don’t make a reservation. If you want Parmesan cuisine at its best in an agreeable place, with good service and a decent wine list this is your place. Have a light lunch...and reserve for dinner and make sure you arrive there really hungry. You will need it to enjoy even a limited sample of all you will be able to choose.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed August 12, 2019

A wonderful dining experience. We called only an hour prior to having our lunch, and were seated at around 13:00. The place was busy but the service didn't suffer. Our antipasto was a selection of mixed salumi. My wife ordered Andolini in brodo, which was...a simple but delicous broth with tortellini (Tortellini in Brodo, which is very characteristic of this region). Excellent! I had a pappardeli pasta with coniglia and olives. Also excellent. We skipped the secondo piatti. For dessert we had their homemade gelato with fruitti di bosco. With vino & acqua frizzante, 89 euro. Be aware they are quiet a ways away from the centro, about 1 km. Worth the trip.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed August 3, 2019

If you like to eat at restaurant that delivers good service and serves delicious reliable food then this is the place for you. The typical Emilian food of fresh pasta and cured meats was just a notch higher than at other restaurants we ate. Make...sure to try the dessert of ice cream made from fresh cream with summer fruits. The wine list is comprehensive but try the local lambrusco which goes very well with the food.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed July 29, 2019

I loved everything about this place! From its mid-century modern dining room to it's old- school waiters and service, this is a place you will want to visit while in Parma. We started with two glasses of Franciacorta, which came with a large portion of...P/R. This was followed by stuffed pasta and the duck (see title above). While everything was excellent, the duck was a show-stopper. Just an amazing dish and a wonderful dining experience overall. The kind of meal where you never want to leave the table.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed May 28, 2019

My wife and I ate here on a rainy night in May. We took the #3 bus from Piazza Garibaldi, but could have walked in 25 minutes on a nicer evening. Cocchi is an elegant, but informal restaurant—all sorts of people: couples, businessmen, families. Our...waiter, Daniele, spoke English and was helpful recommending specialties that were new to us. We started with glasses of Prosecco with chunks of Parmesan on the side, then slices of coppa and hot pillows of torta fritta "fried bread" also called gnocchi fritti in other towns), and a small salad with Caesar's mushroom. We followed with a dish of 3 kinds of tortelli (swiss chard, potato + truffle, and pumpkin). For the second course we had breast of veal stuffed with parmesan cheese. And for dessert, the best gelato alla cream I have ever had. All of these dishes were marvelous, and my only regret is that we didn't order more of them. With a bottle of a dry Lambrusco and a nightcap of nocino, the bill came to 124 euros. For a meal and service of this quality it was a bargain. We'd go back to Cocchi in a heartbeat.More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed May 12, 2019

A very good place to taste the rich local gastronomic culture. Try the meat dishes and the near-perfect pasta dishes, the staffed ravioli, the salami and the cheeses. Add to this the charming and polite staff, the decades of tradition that you can feel in...the air, the large variety of wines, the old fashioned -totally non touristic- clientele, and you will see why it is a must when visiting Parma.More

Date of visit: May 2019
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Response from springbokny | Reviewed this property |
Sì, penso che sarebbe molto bello per una coppia o un piccolo gruppo
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