Aside from the delicacies of the salumeria, customers of the Antica Salumeria Rosi Parmacotto - Trattoria Sorelle Picchi, are greeted by an aroma which recalls ancient wine-cellars; an enthusiastic team proposes the best cuisine Parma has to offer, both at the counter and in the kitchen, and the flavour of that nature, of our land, transforms itself into food.
It was Cesare Bocchi's idea to open a trattoria with an adjoining salumeria, at the beginning of the Thirties. Success was immediate and long lasting. During the Sixties Bocchi sold his business to Faimali, a pork butcher originally from Cremona, who ran it together with his wife. The trattoria imposed itself ever more as a compulsory stop for all those passionate about good cooking and typical Parma products. Afterwards, the Picchi sisters arrived: Flora in the kitchen and Cristina at the tables.
In September 2008 the historical Salumeria Rosi Parmacotto bought the business, demonstrating once more its care for the protection of culinary and agri-food traditions of Parma.