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This is an out-of-the-ordinary restaurant, run by an international community of Carmelite nuns, and is well worth a visit. A meeting place for people of many different nationalities, diners often find themselves joining the sisters for evening prayers at 9:30p. Eating here is not just a gastronomical treat, the business helps the nuns raise much-needed funds. The food served is mainly French and is surprisingly good; offerings range from soups and main courses to dessert. The wine list is excellent.
Ristorante Impeccati offers a delectable range of Italian creations to savor at leisure. Dig into the richly flavored sauces and bite into succulent pieces of meat while discovering the beauty of Italian cooking. The menu features a spectacular variety of pasta that one must not miss trying out. From Matriciani to Carbonara, all classic flavors are served here. Such is the popularity of the restaurant that in olden times, poets used to gather here and have a conversation ro discussion over the meal. Therefore, it came to be known as The Garden of Poets. The restaurant is closed on Tuesdays.
A fine restaurant not far from Piazza Navona, Antica Taverna MangiaBene offers you mouthwatering Roman fare. The lunch and dinner menus offer a variety of dishes, all of which are delicious. Homemade gnocchi, rabbit casserole and polenta with wild game are some of the house specialties you must try. There are also excellent wine and champagne selections to choose from.
An culinary endeavor by acclaimed chef Anthony Genovese, Il Pagliaccio has some interesting takes on traditional Italian fine dining. The creative menu at this restaurant features some truly mouthwatering preparations that are influenced by Genovese's travels around the world. Flavors from countries like France and Japan give a wonderful touch to offerings like gnocchi with turnips and sausages; pork with caramelized pumpkins and peanuts; pigeon with blackberries and coffee biscuit. The wine cellar has some excellent wines on offer.
Specializing in Japanese fusion cuisine, Somo offers its diners delights from the East. The signture menu comprises sushi and sashimi, alongwith rice and noodles. Cocktails, sake and beer can be savored from the bar. the restaurant is sleek in appearance and decorated in keeping with a modern and glamorous feel. Try the California Caviar Roll, Futomaki, Sea Bass Sashimi and Roasted Eel Sushi. The venue offers space for hosting events. Take-away and delivery options are also provided. Popular for its enticing menu, Somo is a restaurant that you do not want to miss!
Modern, hip,and funky are just a few words to describe this amazing restaurant and bar. Situated in Testaccio quarter, Ketumbar brings togther European and Asian influences under one roof. It is the place to find amazing Japanese cuisine paired with optimal European wines. If you like sushi and want to be in the "in" crowd, go vist the Ketumbar and become the talk of the town!
Renowned Chef Roy Caceres brings a fine-dine extravagance to Rome with Metamorfosi, a prized addition to the capital's dining scene. The menu explores contemporary Italian cuisine with Mediterranean influence, where each dish is a unique creation, a visual mirage and intense with flavors. Highlights are the Spaghetti Masciarelli and Risotto in Pacchetto Zafferano e Chinotto. Desserts and wines are an equally exquisite affair. Impeccable service and minimalist, modern decor make the experience memorable. Reservations are highly recommended.
A Californian restaurant whose architecture recreates the wide open spaces of the West Coast. Vincenzo and Massimiliano researched Asian and Mexican influences on Californian cuisine, and then reproduced these interesting combinations. Dishes such as sushi, nachos, empanadas, California rolls (roulade filled with shrimp, avocado, rice, carrots, fish and celery) and red salad can all be found on the menu. Among the main courses you will find Duke's tuna steak (tuna with salad, sun-dried tomato, capers, and sesame oil) and Duke's rib eye steak, served with fries and corn on the cob.