This place is full of genuine food cooked to perfection. Their cold cuts and cheeses are simply tasteful. We also tried some filled pasta which was perfect. Their salads are also very very good!
Great food and wine in this charming little pub/ restaurant. The menu focuses on food from Emilia and they have numerous 'prosciutto di Parma' hanging from the ceiling. They offer a variety of tasty salsas for spreading on bread and pour a very generous amount of wine into ceramic bowls instead of a wine goblet - something characteristic of the... More
We discovered this restaurant purely by accident. What a great place! We loved the excellent prosciutto and 24 month aged parmesan that was our entree and the wine in a bowl was a novelty. If only it was closer to home (we live in Australia) so we could go there regularly. I'd make it my local haunt. Sigh. The night... More
delicious wine in a bowl, the best bread I have had in a long time, wonderful soup and lasagne, we thoroughly enjoyed our time here.
Came upon this nice little restaurant whilst searching for another recommendation on Tripadvisor as it looked inviting with meat hanging from the ceiling and we were tired of walking! The staff were very friendly and keen to explain their dishes and offer choices. The selection of cold meats and cheeses is tremendously wide and our taster plates were splendid. Wine... More
I used to work just around the corner from this little restaurant. It seems incredibly small from the outside, you could blink and miss it, but it's also got a downstairs that they open during busier periods. Their speciality is the salumi, which you can either have as a big platter with bread, or in a sandwich. They also do... More
We were told by Italian friends that this is one of the few authentic Italian restaurants left in the area around the Duomo. They say the area is notorious for poor food, many restaurants are tourist traps providing low-quality food, thinking that their customers will never come back anyway! Well, we tried it, and we enjoyed it very much! The... More
Eating in major tourist centers is a challenge, and Milan is no different. Stroll by the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and past the Duomo, and restaurant after restaurant advertises giant photos of Italian standards and high prices. Keep walking and get off the main drag. Salsamenteria Di Parma lies on a side street just off one of the main pedestrian throughfares.... More
This restaurant is called Salsamenteria di Parma, and we stumbled upon it while looking for another restaurant recommended by our hotel and decided to try it. Several restaurants in this area are extremely expensive, which drove our decision to give this one a try, and we're delighted that we did. We are Americans living abroad in Italy, so we can... More
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