Traditional or unconventional, Mrs Parma's has a parma for everyone even a vegetarian and we found ourselves there on Saturday evening. The place was busy but after a 5 minute loiter a table in the bar area opened up and we placed our order. There's an impressive beer list again with the traditional as well as the weird and wonderful much like the parma menu. There are other food options beyond the parma too so something for everyone.
Steve went traditional and I went BBQ with bacon, BBQ sauce and onion rings and we split each one in half to share. Chips and salad also came but were shared between the table. Food was served quickly.
Dining companions Stacey and Andy went veggie and BBQ too. The size of the parma is pretty impressive. The topping to meat ration a good balance. Onion rings on the BBQ parma were crispy and non greasy so in the league of good parmas, Mrs Parma does well.
The restaurant itself is somewhat reminiscent of a UK chain pub. Stacey likened it to a Brewster's and I agree. But on a Saturday evening, when tummies are rumbling and we want something tasty, filling and satisfying requiring little thought or patience, well there's a place in the heart for places like this and Mrs Parma does this wel.