For our Rome menu we have selected some dishes that represent the best of the capital’s cuisine.
It begins with artichoke, a vegetable that underlies many Roman dishes, combined with peppers to make a delicious traditional spreadable paté.
The pasta we have included in this menu is one of the most famous Italian dishes around the world: bucatini alla Amatriciana, with its unforgettable sauce made with pork cheek and tomato whose story we tell in our magazine - a sauce whose wealth of flavour is unsurpassed.
We stay with pork for the main course, classic Roman food exactly as it was in the taverns and houses of people here in the Middle Ages, in a dish that exemplifies a tradition.
In the dessert you will find the rich crunchy flavour of cantuccini (almond biscuits) accompanied by the soft and enveloping flavour of fruit preserves. Try dipping a cantuccino in your wine ....
The wine, well, we couldn’t really choose it: it chose us. It’s the ultimate reflection of Roman taverns and their hosts; it’s the epitome of Rome itself. It embodies the desire to joke about the evils of modern life and revel in the company in the tavern, all of which you will find in your glass.