The Best Michelin-Starred Restaurants In Rome

Rome is a city full of incredible experiences. After a day spent soaking in world-renowned art museums and awe-inspiring ancient history, you can enjoy a five star dinner in one of the best fine-dining restaurants in the city. Discover our favorite Michelin-starred Restaurants in Rome!

La Pergola

La Pergola is the one restaurant in Rome that has 3 Michelin stars and it boasts one of the most breathtaking views over the Eternal City from the heights of Monte Mario. The chef of is Heinz Beck, one of the best in the world. Although he hails from Germany, he loves Italian food and has created a menu of edible masterpieces. The wine list has been described as “encyclopaedic” and it is another great adventure.

La Pergola


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Il Pagliaccio


It’s a Michelin two-star restaurant, situated in the heart of the Eternal City, just a few minutes walk away from our Town House. The chef, Anthony Genovese, was born in France from Italian parents and has worked in England, Japan, Malaysia and Thailand. There are influences from these countries in his unique cuisine, which is definitely worth a try.

Il Pagliaccio


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La Tavola, Il Vino e La Dispensa

La Tavola, il Vino, la Dispensa is the new restaurant of the Michelin two-star chef Oliver Glowig. It situated in the new space recently open close to Termini station, the Mercato Centrale. Glowing is from German but he defines himself as “the Ambassador of the Italian gastronomic culture”. The reaserch of good raw materials-like pasta, olive oil, wines and cheeses- are reinterpreted with a touch of creativity.

La cucina di Oliver Glowig


Build your gastronomic memories and enjoy your stay with Italian excellence!



All about Carnival in Rome

One of the most popular festivities in the world is Carnival, an event beloved by adults and children. Carnival is the period of festivities between the Epiphany (January 6th) and the beginning of Lent on Ash Wednesday and the most important dates are Fat Thursday and Fat Tuesday. This festivity, celebrated between sacred and  profane, has a really special tradition: that of wearing masks in an atmosphere of cheerfulness and lightheartedness.

Many events are organized for the Carnival in Rome each year and you’ll also have the chance to taste the delicious “fried Carnival pastries“.

Carnival in Rome, the fried pastries

You know that the magical atmosphere of the Carnival is here when frappe and castagnole make their appearance in the bakeries in Rome.

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The frappe have a rectangular shape and they are fragrant and crunchy, made by frying the dough (but there are also those who prepare them in the oven, for a lighter result ) and then covered with powdered sugar or dark chocolate. The castagnole, instead are balls of dough deep fried in boiling oil. They’re also prepared in other variants (for example with chocolate, coffee, pistachio). These pastries are common in other areas of Italy: the ‘frappe’ are also called in other ways (like ‘chiacchiere’ or ‘cenci’).

Carnival in Rome, the events

Masquerade parties, fashion shows, events and concerts: there are several occasions to celebrate the Carnival in Rome. Parades and parties for children have been organized in different neighborhoods of the city and in its surroundings, while in discos and clubs you can enjoy masquerade balls. There are always many events for children, for instance activities at the Bioparco of Rome (Rome’s zoo). For all the events in Rome you can check this link.

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If you want to celebrate Carnival even outside Rome,  you can choose among the most famous festivals in Italy like the ones that will take place in Venice, Ivrea and Viareggio. Have a look at this link!