I ended up here by accident as La Forchetta next door was full for lunch, but ended up having a delicious light meal sampling a starter from the Greek and Parmagiana menus. This is not a fusion concept and there are two chefs preparing each menu. There are also an well curated choice of Italian and Greek wines by the glass.
The highlight of the meal was the pumpkin ravioli - luscious pillows of goodness perfectly seasoned with olive oil, Parmesan cheese, and a sage leaf. The spanakopita was delicious as well made with a nice variety of vegetables with flaky dough. Skipped dessert to save some appetite for gelato but hope to try more of the menu when I return to Parma in the future.
Thank you to the chef and staff for making this a memorable meal!