The 5 star Hotel d'Inghilterra boasts an enviable location right off the famed Via dei Condotti - Rome's designer shopping street that leads right up to the most famous staircase in the world, the... Read More
The 5 star Hotel d'Inghilterra boasts an enviable location right off the famed Via dei Condotti - Rome's designer shopping street that leads right up to the most famous staircase in the world, the Spanish Steps. Their in-house Cafe Romano (open to hotel guests and non) offers both internal and street access (Via Borgognona) and is a great dinner option on a night in town or a lunch break in between all that shopping. The menu reads likes a list of regional Italian classics and the Roman ones make the cut too. Entrees like sea bass tartare, the famous buffalo mozzarella or San Daniele prosciutto served with creamy burrata and turnip tips. Pastas include the Roman staples like carbonara, amatriciana and cacio e pepe with some gourmet options too - think ricotta filled ravioli served with a romanesco broccoli sauce and crispy guanciale (pork jowl) or for the cooler months, a hearty chickpea soup with spelt and red shrimps from the coastal Anzio. Veal to seafood to steak is on offer for main course, and be sure to leave room for desserts like the hot and decadant chocolate fondant pudding or a fresh strawberry cheesecake. There is also a variety of salad options and dishes for vegetarians too. And on request, the competent and pleasant staff will handle any of your dietary requirements. The sommelier is on hand too to help you match your dishes to the finest Italian wine selection. In the summer months, the outdoor terrace seating is bustling with locals and tourists alike and the cosy interiors and soft lighting will keep you warm in the winter. Whether you live in Rome or just visiting, Cafe Romano is a quality dining option in the very heart of the city that won't disappoint. METRO: Spagna.