ROME OPENS IT'S FIRST 'ALL YOU CAN EAT' RESTAURANT WITH ROMAN CUISINE

Rome opens it’s first ‘All You Can Eat’ restaurant with Roman cuisine

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?”

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