In zona Ottaviano, a breve distanza da Città del Vaticano, c’è “Le Felizianerie” un locale creato dai gestori del Forno Feliziani, persone quindi del settore che hanno avuto l’idea di ampliare l’offerta puntando sulla chef Eleonora Ricci, strutturando una vasta gamma di scelte gastronomiche adatte per ogni momento della giornata. Negli spazi di via Candia si può quindi far colazione, anche salata, provare un panino gourmet a metà mattinata, pranzare e nel pomeriggio gustare un caffè, un calice di vino o più tardi un cocktail.
Nella cucina a vista vengono lavorate ottime materie prime che danno vita a piatti come la “Capasanta scottata con funghi Porcini e Shitake, marroni, spuma di zucca, chips di riso alla vaniglia”, gli “Gnocchi di patate ripieni di broccoletti e salsiccia su fonduta di Parmigiano con porro fritto”, la “Frittura del goloso (Calamari e gamberi in tempura) servito con salsa agropiccante” ed il “Tortino al cioccolato con peperoncino e crema allo zabaione”, pietanze curate dal punto di vista del sapore e della presentazione. Le pareti con mattoni a vista e l’arredamento curato in chiave moderna rendono l’ambiente molto gradevole.
Scritto da Luca Sessa
napoletano di nascita, romano d’adozione. Fino a poco tempo fa statistico di giorno, blogger e chef di notte, ora si dedica solo al food. Giornalista pubblicista, fondatore di Radio Food, gestisce il blog www.lucasessa.com, una vetrina dei suoi esperimenti quotidiani, un luogo nel quale scrivere, raccontare, confrontarsi.
Excellent food , service and atmosphere. Visited 4 local restaurants during our trip and this was by far the best and so would happily recommend
We were welcomed warmly into this neighborhood gem and ate homemade pasta . Crispy calamari and anchovies were delicious too. Waiter provided excellent friendly service . Atmosphere bright but warm with energy. Would return if nearby.
We had a great meal here. It’s very touristy around the Vatican so it was great to see some locals as well. The food was also great Italian. It a little more innovative than the traditional classic Italian the surrounding restaurants produce.
The food was excellent. The starters mind blowing, everything else good. The service was friendly but excruciatingly slooooow. Don’t know if we happened on an understuffed night, or some other reason, but it spoiled the impression a bit.
Creative takes on classic Italian dishes. Wonderful flavor combinations with beautiful platings. From start to finish one of our favorite meals from our entire 2 week stay in Italy, and very affordable considering the quality of food. I only wish we had found it sooner so we could have eaten there more than once.
Very nice and casual
The quality of the food was outstanding and the staff was great. However for the price the portion of Baccalà was really small. The portion was two small medallions of Baccalà Price 16 Euros. Also didn't receive the 20% discount I was to get for booking a reservation at 7:30 PM or later.
Found this restaurant on the Fork. Food and drinks were immaculate.. The staff was funny, accommodating, and knowedgable. Price was very reasonable even before the discount. Overall experience was great.
Fantastic menu choices. Great service. Dishes were delicious.
This restaurant was just what we were looking for for a family meal. Its was clean, welcoming, and I would return. The food was delicious and well prepared.
Entrusted this place with my first night in Rome. Boy did it deliver, it earned my last night in the city as well. Food was excellent, service was polite, quick, and friendly. Wine was quite nice. Can’t wait to go again.
Nice restaurant, friendly service, ok food. Not bad at all, prices reasonable too.
Very good service and good music in the background. Really injoy it. Will go back..
Good food but service was a little slow at times and lacking full attention to detail.
I like it and the server were really nice
Excelent food, very pleasant and professional service, good price (we had 20% "Fork discount" too). Recommended
I eat here 3 years ago and it was really good. This is the reason I came again but this time I was very disappointed. Food is too salty and pasta is really hard to chew :(
Pranzo: da lunedì a sabato dalle 12:00 alle 15:00
Cena: da martedì a sabato dalle 19:00 alle 22:00
Via Candia, 71, I-00192, Rome, Italy
UN'OASI DI PACE - Lungo una delle vie più centrali, e vissute, di Roma la famiglia Feliziani ha aperto il ristorante Le Felizianerie con lo scopo di ristorare gusto ed anima dei suoi avventori.
ATTENZIONE AL DETTAGLIO - Il titolare, il signor Roberto, è attentissimo alle esigenze dei suoi clienti e li segue direttamente dalla scelta dei piatti principali e fino al momento del dolce: uno dei cavalli di battaglia della struttura.
CUCINA A VISTA - Quando si è sicuri della qualità degli ingredienti utilizzati, non c'è miglior modo per rassicurare i clienti che mostrare il luogo dove le pietanze vengono realizzate.
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