Twenty Five Years of Osteria dell’Ingegno in the Italian Capital

On 30 October 1994, Osteria dell’Ingegno opened its doors to its clients with the privileged view of the columns of the Temple of Hadrian in Piazza di Pietra at the heart of Rome. Just a few steps away from it are some main sights of Rome like the Pantheon, Fontana di Trevi and Chiesa di…

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Bento Lunch Menus at Finger’s in Rome, Italy

Finger’s, a successful creation of Brazil-born Japanese chef Roberto Okabe and former football player Clarence Seedorf in Milan in 2004 continues to serve its guests with more proposals on the table. Presently on their fourth restaurant (Milan, Garden in Milan, Porto Cervo and Rome), one of which is in their two-year old Roman venue, Finger’s…

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Keeping the Centuries-Old Chianti Tradition at Dianella Estate in Vinci, Italy

When Francesco and Veronica Passerin d’Entreves took over Dianella Wine Estate in 2003, they started to apply the process of modernization in the vineyards and the cellar from the previous Billeri Family’s centuries old wine making facilities. In its history, they have seen success at the beginning of the 19th century when Dianella’s Chianti were…

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Revealing the Flavors of Malaysia at Court Delicati Restaurant in Rome, Italy

Malaysia is geographically separated by the South China Sea into two similarly sized regions: Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia (Malaysian Borneo) and 878 islands. Peninsular Malaysia, where the capital Kuala Lumpur is located, shares a land border with Thailand while East Malaysia shares a land border with Brunei and Indonesia. For the rest, the country…

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Bistrot 64: A Japanese Chef’s Starred Kitchen in Rome, Italy

At No. 64, Via Guglielmo Calderini in Rome, the door of Bistrot 64 opens to a French-inspired lounge with dark wood, white grey-veined marble table tops and white walls. Minimally decorated and elegant, the subdued ambience keeps the diners’ attention focused on the food created by its chef and the impeccable service provided by Emanuele…

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Elements in Rome, Italy: Fusion Sushi by the Champion of Sushi Cup Portugal

Sushi as we come to know it to this present day has been made in Japan since the Edo Period, around 200 years ago. It has been around even much before with a different method of preparation wherein the fish is fermented with rice vinegar, rice and salt, while the rice is discarded afterwards and…

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Dining on the Top: Rome’s Rooftop Terraces

When summer lands in Rome, there are two directions where the gastronomic roads lead to. While most head to the direction of the nearby coasts, where the sea breezes undertake its rejuvenating role, another path heads upwards towards the rooftops. There might not be the caressing sea wind or the endless sea that gives a…

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Cocktails With a Roman View at The Court of Palazzo Manfredi

Located inside the 5-star luxury hotel Palazzo Manfredi, The Court, the newly-opened cocktail bar bestows a phenomenal view of Rome’s iconic ancient Roman monument, the Colosseum. Atypical of the position of popular cocktail bar terraces in Rome, The Court is actually one floor down. From the hotel’s main entrance, take one flight of stairs to…

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The Carribean Terroir Daiquiri Night at Jacopa Rooftop Terrace in Rome, Italy

On the first summer night of August with the perfect temperature and rhythm, the Carribean Terroir Daiquiri Night colored the rooftop terrace of Hotel San Francesco with different shades of daiquiris. Jacopa Cocktail Bar, located on the rooftop terrace of Hotel San Francesco in the Trastevere area, hosted the daiquiri night featuring three artisan rum…

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On the Table With ADElight, The Summer Plate of Adelaide of Hotel Vilòn

They refer to it as their summer princess, we cite it as one of the best gastronomic delights of summer. Gabriele Muro, Executive Chef of Adelaide Restaurant of Hotel Vilòn created his latest dish dedicated to this season. For the whole summer, he proposes a full healthy meal served in just one plate. Called ADElight,…

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Breakfast at Grand Hotel Plaza in Rome, Italy

Stepping inside the magnificent centuries-old Grand Hotel Plaza gives its guests a dramatic welcome at its main hall, the Salone delle Feste with its richness of frescoes, velvet tapestries and immense crystal chandeliers. The majestic Art Nouveau details that greet the eyes is just the beginning of the Grand Hotel Plaza experience where the golden…

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Going Authentic at Junsei Restaurant Kaiten Sushi in Rome, Italy

Although Italian gastronomy dominates the restaurant scene in the Rome, a kaleidoscope of choices give broad possibilities on assorted cookeries. However, in a big city like Rome, there is only a sprinkling of good Japanese restaurants serving authentic cuisine. One option in the Testaccio area is Junsei Restaurant where the kaiten sushi (or rotation sushi)…

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The Flair: Rooftop Restaurant of Hotel Sina Bernini Bristol in Rome, Italy

Christened with a new name and a new identity, the rooftop restaurant of Hotel Sina Bernini Bristol in Rome sets sail under the command of its new executive chef, Alessandro Caputo just a few months ago. A young chef who grew up in Sicily, one of Italy’s celebrated islands for its rich and strong Mediterranean…

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Eating Home Away From Home at Cresci in Rome, Italy

From the recent opening of Cresci in the Prati area of Rome, proprietors Chef Danilo Frisone and Saverio Crescente, who are already owners of Grano Restaurant in the capital, decided to create a place wherein the Romans can have a variation of different kinds of proposals. While the kitchen is the domain of Danilo, Saverio…

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Get Much More Than Gelato at Selina Ice Cream Company in Rome

At Selina Ice Cream Company, is not just about the traditional Roman gelato experience. Enter the world of irresistible creativity, pop and fun with sweet treats: cheesecakes, brownies, bubble waffles, cakes, ice cream cookies, ice cream bars, macarons, waffle pops, and more, just like a classic American bakery. There are different shapes, colours and sizes…

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