Italian
Open now 09:00 - 00:00
$$$$ Price range per person 22-44 €
Vicolo Asdente 9, Parma
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Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

You can visit this bar after seeing Casa natale di Arturo Toscanini. Corale Verdi specializes in Italian cuisine. You can always degust tasty parmo, ravioli and parmigiana - a special offer of this place. If hungry, come here for good zabaione, zuppa inglese and gelato. At this spot, visitors can order delicious cordial, wine or fino sherry. The whole impression won't be complete without cortado that is great here.

It's easy to find this bar due to the convenient location. The hospitable staff works hard, stays positive and makes this place great. Guests mention that the service is fabulous here. You will appreciate affordable prices. It's usually a good idea to try something new and enjoy the cozy atmosphere. The average rating is 4 on Trip.

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Incredibly authentic and local Italian cuisine at this off the beaten track spot. Food was delicately made.  There's a clear commitment to care and quality here. I had the pumpkin gnocchi with truffles - they were perfect.  Also tried the pasta fagioli, which was delicious as well (reminded me of my grandmother's!) The tiramisu was light and creamy.  I'd go back again and again! The wait staff were so kind as well.  I do not speak Italian and was fumbling through using Google translate and they were very patient and gracious.  (Note: the menu is in italian so you'll need to translate it if you don't speak the language). We were also given plenty of time to sit and chat and enjoy a leisurely meal.  No rush to leave.  I loved this restaurant and highly recommend it!
Nice food! Try the risotto with trufle!
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Parma oh Parma, is it even possible to eat badly here? I don't think so! I got this recommendation from a friend and I am so happy I did because it was a great first taste of the city. VERy simple, and I mean 1980's restaurant style in Italy. It was all grannies and Italian families on the Saturday that we were there. The place is bigger than it looks, with an outside garden and main dining room. The kitchen is bustling with Italian ladies who look like they were born making fresh pasta, which I loved. The menu offers typical favorites like prosciutto (we are in Parma!) torta fritta which are pillows of fried dough so good you'll eat them all. We followed that with two heaping (huge portions) of pasta, I got a ravioli stuffed with herbs and cheese and covered in a parmigiana, which was very light (satire). There is a guy with a bollito cart (boiled meats) that was kind of hilarious, I mean how many times in your life are you going to see some dude carting around a selection of meats in broth from table to table, that's Italy. We ordered the house lambrusco which frankly sucked but house wine can do  that, my recommendation get a bottle. Awesome experience, very old-school,  I'd wager this place is a bit of a find among locals. I wouldn't recommend this for a romantic date because of the bright lighting but they are very dog-friendly, in fact I think they preferred our dog over us. Ginger wins them all..
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Vicolo Asdente 9, Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy, 43125
Features
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Booking Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 09:00-00:00
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 09:00-00:00
WednesdayWed 09:00-00:00
ThursdayThu 09:00-00:00
FridayFri 09:00-00:00
SaturdaySat 09:00-00:00
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