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Ristorante La Greppia nasce nel dopoguerra con lo scopo di consentire a chiunque di assaporare la cucina tradizionale parmigiana a Parma. Concretizzando la forte passione e competenza dei primi proprietari per la cucina e i vini, molti dei piatti proposti costituiscono una vera e propria rivisitazione. Grazie alla riscoperta della tradizione e ai prolungati studi personali sulla cucina alla corte dell’arciduchessa di Parma Maria Luigia d’Asburgo Lorena, il Ristorante La Greppia è in grado di offrire ai propri clienti un ampio e variegato menù capace di soddisfare anche il più esigente dei palati con preparazioni uniche frutto di anni di esperienza nel settore della ristorazione. Il Ristorante…
Me and my family where on our route to or final destination. We needed some food, and I refused the begging of kids to stop at the famous yellow M. For gods sake we're in Italy!
The interior was plain and Italian chic. The staff...More
We chose this restaurant based on their website which claims to offer excellent choice for coeliacs. This is completely false. I was told coeliacs can eat risotto or steak and nothing else. The waiter was completely unwilling to ask if any of the other dishes...More
A good dining option in Parma with a menu composed of Italian specialties. Their duck was really great, perfectly prepared as was the starter pumpkin flan. Great wines are also available by the glass from around the country. Still the highlight was their dessert of...More
Decided to go for dinner here on 2 Jan 2020. Reviews were good on tripadvisor. Customer service was good , food was average.Didn’t have desserts we want , ordered 3 different ones but they didn’t have it.
What spoilt was we were overcharged by 24...More
We managed to come before the lunch service close at 2:30pm. We ordered tagliolini with ham chips, lasagne with duck meat, duck breast with persimmon sauce, suckling pig pork chops with porcini mushrooms and their signature ravioli dessert and lemon cheese cake. All the dishes...More
Nice atmosphere, but from the moment we walked in we felt "unwelcome." There were two waiters for the entire restaurant. The younger fellow was hardworking and somewhat attentive. Unfortunately, we got the other one. A small, older man with a perpetual scowl on his face...More
There were very few diners here when we arrived a little late for a weekday lunch in April, but we had a most enjoyable time.There were four of us and we enjoyed a few well-known traditional dishes but a few dishes we weren't familiar with--everything...More
The place has very good selection of wine per glass: sparkling Malvasia, Lambrusco and Vermentino were really outstanding. The food was good, but not brilliant. However, the staff completely ruined the impression. First of all a waiter with arrogant and grumpy face. He seems to...More
We had booked late ... after opera and arrived even later. They could not have been nicer and never gave us any sense of being rushed even though we were last table being served. Food was light and delicious ... maybe best risotto I have...More