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The age-old Indian traditions, from thousands of years ago, advocated by yogis, are brought alive in the heart of Rome at the Bibliothè. Bibliothè, borrowed from the French word meaning library, is the brainchild of Tina and Enzo that houses a vast collection of books, ranging across various topics pertaining to India, from politics, history, psychology, literature and religion to food habits. The restaurant offers a wonderful array of dishes, prepared in the ayurvedic flair, that are rich in spices but high in nutrition. The tea room at the Bibliothè, featuring a range of teas: herbal, spiced and regular, is not to be missed. Various entertaining events, like dance performances and stage plays that recount Indian mythologies, are organized here; check the website for schedule of events.
Spacious establishment consisting of three rooms (two for non-smokers), the first of a chain of seven similar restaurants. You will find more than 20 different kinds of salads, as well as a wide variety of first courses; meat and fish dishes on Tuesdays and Fridays. Great draft beers and 'Vino sfuso' from Frascati.
For a long time now, Il Margutta Ristor Arte has been satiating the palate of the Roman diners with its choicest vegetarian fare. The menu basically Italian, offers a good assortment of dishes like the Rabiola, Pecorina, Linguine Con Funghi, Friturra Di Funghi Porcini and a variety of salads dressed in extra virgin olive oil. One can also catch a quick meal before theater shows nearby.The venue is small and intimate with art demonstrations on the walls drawn by local talents. It is fully accessible to the disabled.
Located inside The Beehive Hotel, the restaurant or cafe is a peaceful place to spend some leisure time and enjoy a meal of pancakes, omelets, bagel and bread. There are various boardgames too, along with free Wi-fi to keep one occupied. Try out the vegan buffet that is popular with locals. It is best to book beforehand due to the popularity of the venue. The staff is cheerful and friendly, attending to the diner's needs.
Have a novel dining experience at Ops!. This Mediterranean restaurant has an interesting way to prevent the wastage of food- by serving according to weight. One can weigh the food items and then order it according to the degree of hunger of the diner. The menu consists of a buffet, a choice of soup, main course and Pecan Pie for dessert. The food is mainly vegetarian with a few vegan choices thrown in. The buffet of appetizers piques the diner's interests and is an enticing start to the meal. Op! also offers a take-away if the diner is hard-pressed for time.
Opening at 8p everyday, Il Geco Biondo offers a range of Italian delicacies for its vegetarian diners. The menu features a pre-set meal divided into various courses with vegan and vegetarian choices. The food is served in a set quantity according to the appetite of the diners. There are various menu choices that one can explore. Try their vegan desserts which are rare to come by anywhere else. It offers take-away and catering facilities too. The intimate venue hosts a few live events too for the entertainment of the diners.