The menu selection of Parmigiano was actually pretty extensive. The prices were reasonable. Food was meant for sharing for at least 3-4 depending on the size you order. We were a group of 5 that night. It was very filling. We ordered their Calamari which was crunchy and not rubbery. We got the Quattro Formagio Pizza (although they run out of stock of the gorgonzola cheese, the server did ask us if we were good with this) and the Gamberetti with Arugula with Balsamic Pizza (which was amazingly yummy...the contrast of flavors playing in your tongue was really good). The Funghi Pasta was really delicious, it was not that creamy which we all liked. Their free dish was the AMatriciana Pasta, another best-seller.
We just felt that the servers were scarce (saw about 4 wait staff running around the restauarant) being a Friday night, almost all tables both inside and outside the restaurant were filled up, the servers were not paying much attention to details.
Also, all the food came out while the Calamari which was the appetizer was served last.
Overall, the experience was delightful as the food could speak for itself in terms of the value for money and deliciously yummy.