|Monday - Tuesday||CLOSED|
|Wednesday - Saturday||12pm - 10pm|
|Sunday||12pm to 6pm|
Proper pasta-lovers, listen up. This one's for you.
Sweet-teethed Bristolians will know The Parlour for it's fabulous array of waffles, pancakes, and ice-cream sundaes. If you're a pud-lover, The Parlour is the obvious place for flirty, fun date nights, mate's nights, and treat-yourself-right nights.
But as Bob Dylan famously said, the times they are a-changing, and we here at Wriggle couldn't be more giddy about The Parlour's developments. Now opening later into the evenings, the menu has expanded to include a glorious selection of high quality homemade pastas, focaccia sandwiches, seriously tasty small plates and more.
Don't be fooled into thinking this exciting new savoury venture is an afterthought - the guys at The Parlour take both their sweet and savoury food very, very seriously. The team of talented chefs spent months researching the finest, most traditional Italian pasta recipes, and perfecting them for your delectation, and by God, does it show. The pasta is light, delicate and refined, but with big, bold, hearty sauces that flood you with warm, toasty feelings. The Parlour is a family affair, too - and this particular family is of Italian descent. Most ingredients are sourced directly from Italy and Spain, via the family's other business, C & T Licata and Son, an Italian delicatessen over on Picton Street. Fresh produce is sourced locally within Bristol, mostly from Gloucester Road itself, and the meat used is all organic.
Everything is handmade at The Parlour - try and tear yourself away from your dinner and cast your eyes upwards through the glass window, where you can see head chef Jack and his team making and hanging the fresh pasta.
It's fresh, it's authentic, and it's tasty as hell - The Parlour, we salute you!