Fodor's Expert Review Ristorante All'Oro
At this sleek Michelin-starred restaurant inside the Hall Tailor Suite hotel, chef/owner Riccardo Di Giacinto and his wife Ramona make fine dining a fun and entertaining experience. Di Giacinto worked with Ferran Adrià in Spain and uses some of his techniques without veering too far into the territory of molecular gastronomy. Instead, he playfully transforms Roman classics, keeping the flavors but changing the forms. For example, his "All'Origine" tasting menu features a pasta-less carbonara reduction served in an eggshell and coda alla vaccinara presented as an oversize Ferrero Rocher. The service is professional but friendly. Each meal starts and ends with an array of amuse-bouches and petit fours creatively served on vessels that might include a ceramic banana and a toy carousel.
Via Giuseppe Pisanelli 25
Rome, Latium 00196, Italy
- Playful riffs on Roman dishes
- Top-notch service
- Sleek, modern design