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Maltese 'pasticceria' in London

Parparellu has become the first Maltese 'pasticceria' to open in London.

The High Commissioner of Malta, Joe Zammit  Tabona, officially opened the café as guests were treated to a wide selection of mouth-watering savoury and sweet delicacies from the Parparellu menu, including 'pastizzi', 'qassatat', 'timpana' and 'kannoli'.

A large number of Maltese Londoners have since flocked to Parparellu on Fulham Palace Road to get a taste of home.

Owner Joseph Pace described the outlet as a place where tradition meets contemporary, taking to London the best of Maltese pastry.

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