Rome responds to the ‘all you can eat’ phenomenon with an all-Roman version.
After the boom in ‘all you can eat Asian restaurants comes a new Rome restaurant offering unlimited Roman cuisine for a fixed price.
With the name Senza Fondo (which translates as ‘Bottomless’), the city-center restaurant will offer limitless ‘Cucina Tipica Romana‘ – for both lunch and dinner – after it opens on 30 April.
The lunch option will cost €19.50, while after 18.00 and on Sundays / holidays the price rises to €22.50, reports Italian newspaper La Repubblica.
For this price diners can feast to their heart’s content on Roman specialities such as rigatoni all’amatriciana or alla carbonara, tagliolini alla gricia or cacio e pepe, or penne all’arrabbiata.
There is also no shortage of bruschette, supplì, fiori di zucca, filetti di baccalà, Roman-style thin crust pizza, saltimbocca alla romana, tripe and polpette al sugo.
On Via Teatro della Pace 44, the restaurant promises an informal atmosphere with old-fashioned “home cooking” based on family recipes, reports La Repubblica.
“We wanted to celebrate Roman cuisine in a fun format, with real, authentic and limitless dishes” – say founders Diana Russo and Luciano Rufino – “And what better place for a Roman ‘all you can eat than a stone’s throw from Piazza Navona?”