Located at the Jean-Talon market, a stone’s throw from Little Italy, the Parma café is ideal for eating after shopping or for taking the time to enjoy a coffee made according to the rules of the art.
For their third boutique, the owners bet on an open space and a leafy decoration.
The place is charming, the atmosphere lively and the plants are in the spotlight.
During our visit, the line of customers was constantly renewed, which did not prevent us from being entitled to friendly service.
You should know that at Café Parma, we don’t do full table service. As is often the case in these types of cafes, we must rather order at the counter before choosing a table where our dishes will be served.
Classics on the menu
On the menu, sandwiches, pizzas, pasta and salads are in the spotlight. For dinner, we set our sights on the beef sandwich .
Generously garnished with cheese, onions and mushrooms and served in a fluffy bun, it was perfect for sharing.
We served the sandwich with a caprese salad and fries . Special mention to the fries, which were crispy and sprinkled with oregano and parmesan, served with truffle mayo.
An attractive counter
We were so full that we didn’t have dessert this time (much to our regret).
Having tasted their coffee and pastries on another occasion, I confirm that they are worth the trip.
Three addresses in Montreal
- 162 Jean Talon East
- 505 de la Gauchetiere West
- 1202 Bishop
- Family snack
- Sip coffee with a good book
- To study
- Eat around a drink with friends
Thanks to Cafe Parma for the invitation to discover their cuisine. Although the cost of the meal was covered, the opinions expressed in this article remain those of the author.