We (my wife and I) stayed in the Bernini Hotel for two nights prior to joining a cruise. We ate at the restaurant on our last night and we were not disappointed. The dining area is situated on a roof top terrace from which you can see St Peters Basilica and gives the whole dining experience a magical quality. The food, which we enjoyed, was in keeping with the one Michelin Star accredited to this restaurant. But the real value of this restaurant lies with the overall magical experience of fine dining in the centre of Rome. Well worth the 300 euro. One minor niggle was that one of the waiters was slightly over familiar . The service, as in many Italian establishments, was dominated by male waiters and would have been enhanced by a female face.
Would I eat here again, in a heartbeat
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