Da sempre a Roma la cucina di pesce è associata al litorale. “Andare a mangiare il pesce” è una espressione che implica una passeggiata fino ad Ostia o Fregene, senza dimenticare altre zone limitrofe. Per questo motivo i ristoranti situati all’interno della capitale e delle zone centrali, che propongono una cucina di pesce, divengono rapidamente il riferimento di appassionati ed addetti ai lavori, soprattutto quando ci si trova dinanzi a materie prime di qualità, un servizio professionale ed un ambiente elegante ed accogliente allo stesso tempo. Tutto questo si può trovare da Sandalia, locale situato in zona Nomentana, non distante da Villa Ada. Il bianco quale colore dominante, grandi specchi a rendere fine l’ambiente, tende e finiture alle pareti a ribadire la ricerca del gusto, comode sedute e curata mise en place per esplicare la filosofia del ristorante e di chi lo gestisce con cura e professionalità.
Un nome storico e simbolico (Sandalia, la moderna Sardegna) che richiama l’importanza del mare e dei suoi doni. Da materie prime di provenienza certa e certificata, che quotidianamente giungono nelle cucine del ristorante, nasce una cucina elegante, delicata, bella da vedere e saporita da mangiare. Il pesce fresco a recitare il ruolo da protagonista, piatti come il “Carpaccio di tonno allo zenzero, lime e mela verde croccante” e i “Paccheri con tonno, asparagi e pachino” a ribadire la filosofia della chef Vitalia Scano. “Ombrina timo e limone” e “Astice alla catalana” gli altri cavalli di battaglia di una proposta che naturalmente comprende dolci tipici come le “Seadas” ed il “Tiramisù Sandalia”.
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.
Went there on a Sunday due to good reviews. We were the only ones, and the crew was having dinner in the restaurant when we arrived. The service was very good though, we got a lot of stuff complimentary. However the food was decent, nothing extraordinary, and the wine list was really disappointing, 3-4 regions and 2-4 wines from each.
Worth Visiting. Foods are really good, and the restaurant staffs are really kind.
Lovely restaurant. Very good service, delicious seafood, cozy atmosphere, complimentary prosecco and sweets :) Everything was just perfect!
Absolutely delicious food. Perhaps the best tiramisu i have ever had and I have had a lot ????. The service was very friendly and accomodating. I have only good things to say about Sandalia. You should definitely try this restaurant out!
Amazing salted fish and fried baby octopus
The food was great! Interesting dishes that were well cooked and well seasoned. The best meal we had in Rome.
We were disappointed with the quality of products and cooking. The fish that was served(trilia) smelled bad, risotto with shrimps had only shrimp heads, scorpion fish was tasteless, mussels stew was generally OK, but missed garlic in it. Also there was a spiny lobster on the menu, which we wanted to order but changed our mind, when they showed it to us because it was an ordinary Maine lobster. The only good impression - oysters, very thin bread(similar to toasted tortillas, but much thinner) they serve gratis before meal, and collection of free cookies at the end. They did not charge us for the entrees we couldn't eat. We could not understand how this restaurant located far away from the Rome center and has nothing to offer in the sense of view or decor , with very mediocre food, got such raving reviews. Maybe, their chef was away on vacation.
Excellent food in a great ambiance. Very attentive staff. Fish and shellfish so fresh. This restaurant was recommended to us from friends in London and it did not disappoint.
Una pausa pranzo top! Torno sempre volentieri! Bravi !
Great restaurant, mainly fish work limited other choices. We had a meat starter and a fish main.... Really excellent. This was quite a distance from where we were staying in the very centre but definitely worth the journey. A very very good meal
Great restaurant, great service!
This was a lovely restaurant and the service was friendly and very efficient. The food was first class with the only complaint being that although my partners fillet steak was perfectly cooked it was a bit fatty. I had fish all the way and it was excellent. I would definitely return.
Ottimo come sempre. Una conferma
Went here for dinner last night based on the Tripadvisor reviews and we were not disappointed. The restaurant was not overly busy and I believe we were the only tourists as it’s a little far out from centre, but worth the trip (about €15 in a taxi). Everything we ate was exquisite and the service was impeccable. Nothing was too much trouble, a truly 5* service which is rare these days. A real hidden gem, would not hesitate to recommend.
Lovely restaurant and excellent service - when one dish was not as one of our guests expected it was replaced without fuss! Worth the drive out of the centre.
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Cena: da martedì a domenica dalle 19:00 alle 00:00
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