Parma is known for Parma ham, parma reggiano cheese and a 90s football team of some renown, and at Parma Pizzeria, they try and bring the best of the city to South London. While we can’t report on their work five a side team, we can wax lyrical about their food, which takes in the finest Italian traditions. That means bruschettas, seafood, salads and soups to begin, pizzas and calzones, pasta and risotto, meat or fish to continue and a huge range of regional specialities. We’d recommend the Roman-style oysters, the spaghetti bolognese or the Milanese chicken, flattened breast coated in breadcrumbs. Pay them a visit on Wandsworth High Street for an Italian feast to remember in South London – just remember to book ahead as they have been known to get crowded on occasion and Parma Pizzeria is certainly not to be missed.
The food was very good. It wasn't very busy while we were in there, but otherwise it was a nice place and reasonably priced menu.
Haven't been here in a while. The menu has been changed, with some of our favourites taken off. Still a nice little local restaurant though.