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Very good panini ,great place for a quick lunch . Unusual ingredients (like horse meat)
Tramezzini with ham , hand made mayo and special sauce, also delicious artichoke
savory pie and much , much more !!! My favorite when in town
After reading reviews about this place and hearing about the delicious carciofa, we searched it out and are so glad we did! There is quite a line and the place was packed, but for good reason. We got a big slice of carciofa hot out...More
This tiny little place (like a food truck at home) was recommended on our food tour but was closed. We went the next morning to buy the artichoke pie ( not on the menu but recommended) to have later. It was fresh out of the...More
This is a very informal and reasonably priced panini shop. It was recommended to us by the lady working at the ticket office of the Museo Diocesano earlier. We suspected that she knew them, but we tried the place anyways on our way back to...More
This is the place. This is your time. Seize the day and order a Bresaola panini here. It's simply the best sandwich either of us had ever eaten. The meat, the chili oil, the mayo, the butter, the grilled courgette. ... Try to go at...More
We came across this charming and fast-paced sandwich bar whilst sightseeing in Parma. The menu provides plenty of options, the food is cheap as chips and of good quality. It also feels very authentically Italian. Be prepared for Italian bedlam, but very enjoyable to experience.
We wanted a quick snack while out walking and the shop is hidden on a side walkway in the city. What a find!! A cute little shop, the place serves the most amazing little sandwiches. Great bread and fillings of your choice. Everyone is so...More