Parma Ravioli is a pasta factory in Wellington Village that does wholesale and retail sales. They have a lunch counter with some really good sandwiches (chicken parmigiana) and daily baked pastas. All of the pastas sold are made on site without preservatives or artificial flavours or ingredients. They sell a variety of take home foods also. Definately an amazing place to go on a weekday when all of the machinery is running behind the counters and the kitchen is busy.

Meatball Sandwich at Parma Ravioli
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2007 Apr 13
Arguably the best meatball sandwich in the city.

2007 Apr 11
Wow...try their sweet potato and curry pie from the freezer. So good...

2007 Mar 11
They have fantastic pizza at the lunch counter which they sell off at the end of the day at reduced prices. Speaking of which they also sell off their "oven-ready meals" like Vegetarian and Meat Lazagna, Cannelone, and more for half price. Just look for the deep-frozen ones in the freezer, or ask. Of course I should not be giving away these secrets since the half-priced meals seem to be coming less-and-less available. They have a nice assortment of extremely yummy personal-sized cheesecakes, as well.

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2015 Mar 26
Here is a picture of the pretty big meatball sub with Caesar salad. I couldn't finish the sub and the salad which is uncharacteristic for me! It's fresh and tasty as described in previous posts. It's around $8.80 tax included, without a drink. It's a very good deal I think compared to most other paninis or sandwiches and salad combos that sell for $12-16!

2008 Apr 28
Parma Ravioli makes a really good meatball sub. Tasty, homemade sauce and nice big, soft meatballs which taste like they use a combination of ground meats (beef & pork?)—a must for my comfort food factor. The meatballs are left whole just like Momma used to make. The mozzarella doesn’t taste processed and the buns are the right style and are toasted in the oven. A bit pricey and huge, messy to eat but that’s ok! I had it with salad and a drink and it was about $9 or $10—there was enough food for 2 if I had had a companion with me.

2008 Jan 4
I absolutely love the Parma Ravioli meatball sandwich. I have never had anything that comes close to this in my entire 36 years.

I have had the prescott sandwich and it might as well have been made by Chef Boy Ar Dee.

2007 Oct 24
Their meatball s'wich is KING !!

The first time I had one I counted 12 small meatballs in it. "I can't believe I ate the whole thing" along with the tasty Caesar Salad. I then crawled to the couch !!


2007 Apr 13
Holy smokes just today I was telling a good friend of mine that I have to get out to the Prescott for a meatball sandwich soon. He was telling me that his hockey team is having a big banquet there tomorrow.

Anyway, the meatball pizza from Parma Ravioli is incredible so I can only imagine their meatball sandwich must be as well! I never actually knew they even had such a sandwich - can't wait to try it now!




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2009 Apr 20
Picked up fresh spinach linguine, container of 4 cheeses Alfredo sauce and a portion of the eggplant parmesan. Delicious!

2007 Oct 24
Had the Olive and Roast Red Pepper Mezzaluna recently along with my own rose/mushroom sauce. I usually use quality dried pastas like DiChecka (sic), but I think I may be hooked on Parma Ravioli's fresh stuff.

2007 Sep 1
In the heart of Hintonburg this shop has been selling excellent home-style fresh pasta long enough that not many people can remember when they weren't there. Fresh deep-dish pastas like cannelloni, lasagne, ravioli and everything in between. Check the freezers for the frozen stuff that is sold at 2-to-1 - so extremely good bargain.




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2007 Sep 1
See my general comment under the restaurant - excellent pizza made daily and sold by the slice. Sold at half price at the end of the day if there is any left.




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2007 Sep 1
An excellent selection of home-style personal-sized cheesecakes, guaranteed to please even the most discerning palate.



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2010 Jun 11
Tried the lasagna twice at parma. I have to begin by saying that I love this shop. Love the fresh pasta, i love that it's not too frou frou. Always good service. But... the lasagna I would not recommend. When you cut into it, it's basically 95% pasta with next to no filling/sauce between the layers. Perhaps I'm not away taht this is proper lasagna? Not sure but I didn't like it.