Monthly Archives: October 2015
Parma Number 43: The Stock Exchange Hotel … sometimes the easiest things are the most difficult to get right!
The Verdict: For the first time in a while my Parma test this week was in a CBD pub, in this case the Stock Exchange Hotel. This Parma had a lot of great elements but was let down by two … Continue reading
Parma Number 42: Stones Corner Hotel … Gazpacho on chicken does not for a good meal make!
The Verdict: I had extremely high hopes for the chicken parmigiana at the Stones Corner Hotel after receiving some pretty good wraps for it in advance of the parma test. It would be fair to say two things: first, there … Continue reading
Parma Number 41: The Elephant Hotel
The Verdict: The last time I was at the Elephant Hotel a legend was born when a friend fell asleep in a stall. Whilst the Elephant Hotel Chicken Parma was pretty good it certainly did not reach such legendary heights. … Continue reading
Parma Number 40: Geebung-Zillmere RSL … it was an RSL Parma = enough said
The Verdict: At first blush this was not a very good chicken Parma for a couple of reasons. First and foremost at the point of ordering I was directed to pick up my salad from a fridge which meant I … Continue reading
Parma Schedule: October
39 parmas down means there are 11 to go on my quest to find Brisbane’s Best Chicken Parma. Here is the schedule of parma tests for October: With such a short time to go, if you have a venue that … Continue reading
Parma Ladder (updated to the end of September)
Here is the Parma ladder as it stands at the end of September’s five parma tests: I should apologize for some errors in last month’s Parma ladder which saw some entries from previous months overwritten by the author. Rookie errors … Continue reading
Parma Number 39: Archive Beer Boutique … don’t let the photo fool you!
The Verdict: When the this parma first came out I raised an eyebrow at the salad portion because, to be frank, I did not think it looked very good. Whilst eating the Archive Beer Boutique parma it became apparent that … Continue reading