Town Hall Hotel – North Melbourne Parmas

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Happy Parma Tuesday! I thought I’d share one of my favourite chicken parma spots, the Town Hall Hotel in North Richmond, at 33 Errol St North Melbourne. It’s a good old fashioned Aussie pub with good old fashioned pub food.

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Now I’m not going to lie, when I first sat down to write this post I was going to make a banjo joke. This place looks like you’ve travelled back in time and place to a spot where hostile stares were how people said hello and the banjo would stop playing every time a stranger walked in. The truth, however, is that the staff are absolutely lovely, the music is coming from a jukebox and the crowd are just regular punters.

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I was, however, a little perturbed at having about a dozen images of Jesus watching me eat.

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I will give special mention to the bread. It was thick, warm and sweet, almost like banana bread. I know that sounds weird, especially for a starter, but it was delicious and stuck in my mind as worth looking forward to.

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Now the Townie is pretty well known for its parmas, and there is a good reason for it: they’re huge and tasty. They’re also thin, which is how I prefer my parmas. My thinking is if you can’t get a little bit of the topping with each bite of a parma, you’re not doing it right. The chips are thick and salty, and the salad has a tonne of raw onion as required by pub law.

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It’s a great parma spot, but the best part is that it’s just across the road from The Comic Lounge and a great place to start a comedy date night.

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About Melbourne Town
30 year old blogger living in central Melbourne. Lover of all things foodie, pop culture, science and history, and sharing all of this from in and around the heart of Melbourne. Married to Daisy and part time father of the nerdling. So far I've been a guest tweeter on We Melbourne, guest curator on A City with a Quirk and a guest speaker for the Melbourne Writers Club. I just need someone to give up their Facebook page for a week.

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