During the last weekend in September, Parparellu, the first Maltese ‘pasticceria’ in London opened its doors to customers. The High Commissioner of Malta together with Mrs Zammit Tabona officially opened this café on Friday 28 September. All the guests were treated to a wide selection of mouth-watering savoury and sweet delicacies from the Parparellu menu, including ‘pastizzi’, ‘qassatat’, ‘timpana’ and ‘kannoli’.
On Saturday 29 September and Sunday 30 September a large number of Maltese Londoners flocked to Parparellu on Fulham Palace Road to have their favourite Maltese delicacies. Parparellu also attracted a local clientele who were pleased to try out this new café in their area.
Maltese Owner Joseph Pace said that “Parparellu is a place where tradition meets contemporary, bringing to London the best of Maltese pastry that the islands have to offer”. He invites everyone to “visit and try our fresh delicacies which are made with passion and the best quality ingredients”.
Parparellu is located at 93 Fulham Palace Road, London, W6 8JA. For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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