The traditional cuisine of Parma is the result of butter and cheese and is therefore a substantial cuisine, rich in flavours and aromas. Parma offers a variety of delicacies and it is not easy to decide what to taste between tortellini, ham and much more. With our Parma food tour you can immerse yourself in the local gastronomic tradition accompanied by a local expert, a person who lives in the place and who knows all the secrets and curiosities about the city, with whom you can discover the restaurants/eateries and the most hidden places, frequented only by locals. Sara and Cristiano are born and raised in Parma, they know all the secrets and love the traditional delicious food (who doesn't?! Prosciutto di Parma, Parmigiano just to mention a few!). They will guide you through this amazing experience!
Join our Parma food tour, taste some of the most famous dishes of the tradition of Emilia- Romagna and immerse yourself in the culinary and cultural tradition of this beautiful city thanks to our Parma food tour!
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Chopping board of cold cuts and glass of wine how can you go to Parma and not try the famous prosciutto crudo? But not only that! You can also taste other cured meats, all accompanied by a good glass of wine.
Tortelli with “erbette”/pumkinks or anolini the most famous stuffed pasta comes from here. Tortelli are a square-shape egg pasta filled with differents ingredients such as beet leaves and spinach, ricotta, parmesan cheese or with pumpkin that balanced with parmesan cheese give rise to a unique taste. But you can decide to taste also the famous anolini, a stuffed disc shaped pasta served in beef soup to warm you up on the coldest days.
Carciofa now a monument of Parma street food, this delicious and cheesy quiche will leave you speechless.
Bomba di riso a rice timbale seasoned with a meat sauce. A real bomb!
Tigelle prepared with a mixture of flour, lard, yeast and water. Typically stuffed with salami
Duchessa's cake a complex and refined dessert, the typical Sunday dessert for the family.
Espresso In Italy, you can't end your meal without a good espresso.