When I think of cured meat, cheese and wine, lots of Spanish restaurants would pop into my head. Such as Dehesa, Pizarro, Opera Tavern and Capote y Toros. Not only do they serve great hams like Iberico bellota (one of the best hams in the world), their tapas are also some of the best in London. However, none of which are Italian restaurants. Having just watched the episode of Masterchef Australia where the crew went to Parma to cook those amazing hams, I was interested to try them in London. A tiny restaurant in Fitzrovia called In Parma happen to fit the bill, it imports PDO certified ham, Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and the sparkling red wine Lambrusco.