We ate here one evening as we were staying at the hotel and the chance to eat at a Michelin starred restaurant in Rome was too good to miss!
We were concerned when eating here for the hotel breakfast that the room would be too stark with no atmosp[here, but in the evenings with the lights dimmed and a pleasant buzz in the restaurant, the setting was very good.
We went with the 6 course tasting menu for 95 Euros, which gets you 2 starters, 2 pasta, a main course and a dessert. In between the chef springs various extra surprise courses such as an amuse bouche, a second dessert and petit fours!
The food was really flavourful and the two stand out dishes for us were the Foie Gras (which was served in a sealed package and presented like a Rafaello sweet coated in coconut! - delicious) and the Duck Ravioli ( great portion size and with an awesome flavour).
The pace of the meal was just right although we were concerned that after being seated for 50 minutes, we still hadn't had anything to eat. The portions were just right and after 6 courses plus surprises we were full! The total bill for 2 with coffees and 2 bottles of white wine at 50 euros apiece was 300 euros plus tip. A great eating experience and a real change from the typical Rome Taverna's which we loved too.
Go and enjoy!
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