Via Veneto, once the heart of the "sweet life" of Rome, still exerts an irresistible attraction on the casual visitor. The restaurant isn't large but boasts classic lines and is housed in a former convent of the Maronites. Inside the Italian cuisine is presented with elegance and attracts cosmopolitan clientele. The space is complemented by an extensive wine cellar, with classic and rare wines.
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