Restaurants

5 Best Trendy Restaurants in Rome

November 16, 2011 by

Open Colonna, Scalinata di via Milano 9 a, Roma

“The space offers an eternal habitat for the mind, it is a place that springs from the imagination, is always in the act of becoming and transforming itself, and reflects both our desires and reality. It does not seek to amaze with banal displays of excess, but evokes a sense of requiring interpretation; this environment stimulates all our senses but does not assault them, and is one in which we remain almost suspended between the welcome of an embrace and the frankness of a handshake”

The dining space is a modern minimalist sanctuary, with cutting-edge designer furnishings and a soaring glass ceiling to create a feeling of space and openness. Chef Antonello Colonna has overseen a gastronomic revolution that has conquered even the most refined palates of Rome’s gourmands, so expect nothing short of culinary perfection at Open Colonna.

Riparte Cafè, Via degli Orti di Trastevere, 1, Rome

Riparte Cafè is the premier restaurant in Rome, is not only a hotel-restaurant, but also a hip, trendy restaurant open to the public. One of the first design night-spots in the city, this year it extends its business also thanks to the new creative management. Riparte Cafè changes during the day, based on what its customers needs: from breakfast in the morning, to business lunch with light food à la carte, until the evening with aperitifs alla milanese, cocktails, wine bar, and of course, the restaurant with its tasting menù of mediterranean creative cuisine, surrounded by the subtle sounds of jazz and blues as background music.

Glass Hostaria, 58 Vicolo de’ Cinque, Rome

Situated in the heart of Trastevere, this restaurant boasts an ultra-modern design with an interesting play of light and slightly unsettling atmosphere. The excellent cuisine also features highly modern touches. One of Rome’s best contemporary Italian restaurants – recently awarded a Michelin star.

MET, Piazzale di Ponte Milvio, 34 , Rome

If relishing your favourite Italian dishes in the lush green surrounding and in the open is what delights you, MET is the only place to stop at. A hotspot for the culinary pleasure seekers in the city of Rome, MET stuns its guests, with a rich mix of black, white and dark brown in the refurbishment as well as the decor. This Roman restaurant offers a complete menu with a wide range of choices to cater to the different tastes of guests from different cultures.

La Pergula, 101 Via Alberto Cadlolo, Rome Cavalieri Hotel

The best Rome hotel restaurant, if not in Italy, La Pergola is much more than just a famous menu. Its three-Michelin stars – the only Rome restaurant to be accorded such an honour – attest to the excellence of its cuisine. A wine cellar with over 53,000 bottles, a water menu with 29 choices, olive oils and vintage balsamic vinegars from the best producers in Italy, and the finest ingredients to be sourced in the Mediterranean — all attest tothe pursuit of culinary excellence.


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