About La Parmigiana
Shireen Davies - 25/11/2015
My husband and I went for dinner at La Parmigiana with our two boys after an absence of some years. We were so glad we went back!
We had a warm welcome from the Maitre'D who was very knowledgeable about the food, and took time helping us choose from the wonderful a la carte menu. The service was excellent throughout from all the staff.
The food was really superb - including wonderful seafood, steak, homemade pasta and risotto with fresh ceps (porcini). Our youngest son is 10, and he loved every bit of his two courses!
The restaurant also have a very nice ambience - in fact, it's pretty perfect in every way.
We travel often (and all over the world) for business and personal reasons, and La Parmigiana is very high on our list of top restaurants worldwide.
'My favourite Restaurant'
David White - 19/11/2015
I visit La Parmigiana every week if possible, this hidden gem serves food of the highest caliber and the service and ambience is second to none. There are various menus to suit your taste and budget, although I cant recommend the A La Carte menu enough. A must try. Tony White
Fine Italian restaurant in Kelvinbridge
Owned and run by the renowned Giovanazzi family since 1978, La Parmigiana is widely considered to be one of the best Italian restaurants in Glasgow. The combination of fine dining, authentic Italian cuisine and locally sourced ingredients has ensured the popularity of the Kelvinbridge restaurant.
La Parmigiana’s elegant decor and sophisticated cuisine means it is the place to dine for a very special occasion. It is regularly included in food critics’ lists of Glasgow’s top restaurants. Celebrities obviously agree – previous guests have included Lionel Richie, Sex and the City’s Kim Cattrall, and Scottish film star Dougray Scott.
Italian cuisine with Scottish slant
La Parmigiana is a restaurant for those who know and love Italian food. The menu offers a Scottish slant on Italian dishes, such as fritto mist di mare all’Italiana, deep fried mixture of fish and shellfish, and chateaubriand al Barolo granite, 500g prime fillet of Scotch beef, roasted and carved served with a rich barolo sauce. The restaurant’s pasta dishes, created using its own homemade pasta, change regularly according to what ingredients are in season.
Italian cuisine is famous for its decadent desserts of which La Parmigiana does not disappoint. Previous desserts in La Parmigiana have included pecorino cheese with honey, hot apple pie with vanilla ice cream and the Italian staple, tiramisu.
West End transport links
A five minute walk from Kelvinbridge underground station, La Parmigiana is conveniently situated for transport links. It is also close to many bus stops on Great Western Road.