Positioned in Palazzo Fendi, this award-winning London-based Japanese kitchen is set across two floors of the elegant palazzo, with an informal, izakaya-dining layout. Interiors nod to modern lines while complementing the authenticity of the palazzo, a reflection of the restaurant’s curated menu. Dishes are made to be shared, and rely on contemporary culinary interpretations. Watch the sun set over the eternal city from the rooftop terrace.
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Antica Pesa Roma
The architectural recipe of this establishment lies in its history, infused in the walls and crevices. In the 17th century, Antica Pesa Roma was used as a rustic tavern where bread and wine were served to farmers who ventured to the Papal State to pay their taxes. In 1922, a kitchen was officially installed and since then, Antica Pesa has become the seat for the elite, local and global. The walls are works of art by renowned artists made during their early years. Hospitality is as warm and heartfelt as the Roman recipes and unique flavours.
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While the interiors exude a most Renaissance feeling to it with floor-to ceiling frescoes, crisp white tablecloths and soft lighting, the dishes at La Veranda are quite unique. Imagine beef capriccio with herbs served in peach sauce, grilled aubergines with sheep ricotta cheese, or swordfish with citrus fruits. The old-world charm is irresistible.