Sorry, but another Parmo thread

Pak_Doo_Ik

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Spending a couple of nights at Rockliffe next week and wondered as I'm exiled in the Midlands is there anywhere nearby where I could introduce my 11 year old son to our native dish, preferably somewhere where I could get a nice local ale as well and achievable in a taxi, so I can enjoy the local ale.
 
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Spending a couple of nights at Rockliffe next week and wondered as I'm exiled in the Midlands is there anywhere nearby where I could introduce my 11 year old son to our native dish, preferably somewhere where I could get a nice local ale as well and achievable in a taxi, so I can enjoy the local ale.
There's a couple of places in Darlo (short taxi ride from Hurworth) that do a Parmo, Salvos and Al Forno. No idea if they're any good though.

https://www.salvoscucinaitaliana.com/menu/

http://al-forno.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/A-la-carte-menu.pdf
 

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Salvos in darlo is alright for a parmo they are pretty good. The food in Alfornos is decent enough as well but never had one in their. It’s not something I really eat very often.
 
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Spending a couple of nights at Rockliffe next week and wondered as I'm exiled in the Midlands is there anywhere nearby where I could introduce my 11 year old son to our native dish, preferably somewhere where I could get a nice local ale as well and achievable in a taxi, so I can enjoy the local ale.
Although if its ale you want as well perhaps not Salvos or Al Forno.

The Hole in the Wall and The Pennyweight (Darlo market place) both have a good beer selection and I think both do a Parmo, although it may be worth a quick call before heading over. A lot of places have reduced menus currently and fewer beer choices :cautious:


Edit:
Final suggestion The Bridge Inn Stappleton. More restaurant than pub but with a selection of ales . Its a bit closer than the centre of Darlo ..... and they do a parmo
 
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