This restaurant is part of the Grand Hotel Palace, where we were staying. Went here for dinner the first night, and were not disappointed. We had a choice of seating, inside, out on the sidewalk patio, or on the balcony overlooking the street. We chose the balcony, and were glad we did, for other guests who sat at the sidewalk level said they were constantly badgered by street vendors selling roses etc. We opted for the chef’s tasting menu, which eliminated the need to make difficult menu choices. Starter was eggplant parmigiana, the best we have ever tasted. Next came a spectacular dish of ravioli stuffed with roasted tomatoes and mozzarella, covered with a light beure blanc (or whatever is the Italian equivalent!). Main was roasted lamb loin with balsamic mint glaze and mashed potato. By this point we were both feeling very full, but could not resist trying the dessert, pistachio cream.
Our hotel stay included a daily buffet breakfast, which we also found very good. It offered a good selection of fresh fruit, roasted veg, cured meat & cheeses, bacon, sausage, eggs and pastries. Plus good coffee, tea or cappuccino.
Eating in Rome is not cheap, and Cadorin was in the same price range as most of the other places we tried.