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“Fantastic last meal after a month in Italy”

Ristorante La Rosetta
Ranked #1,416 of 12,944 Restaurants in Rome
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$61 - US$85
Cuisines: European, Italian, Seafood, Contemporary
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Good for: Romantic, Special Occasion Dining, Business meetings
Dining options: Lunch, Dinner, After-hours, Reservations
Neighbourhood: Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
Reviewed 8 August 2017

La Rosetta is downright fabulous. The food, the wine and service were all absolutely superb on a quiet Tuesday night in Rome. I do not understand the comments about pricing from some reviewers. Yes we paid E600 for a party of 4 and we all had the huge hot and cold seafood antipasti, then each had an amazing squid, spelt pasta and ricotta pasta dish, then 3 of us shared a whole sea bream in salt crust and the other had steak and then shared 2 dessert plates. And 3 bottles of wine and waters. All in all for anyone who travels internationally that is more than a reasonable price. The seafood was incredibly fresh, modern and tasty. We spend a month in Italy every year and there are not that many better places at half the price as some reviewers claim. I would recommend this restaurant to any discerning diners.

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Reviewed 6 August 2017

My wife and I went to this restaurant for a special occasion.I don't mind spending 600 euros for two pasta dishes and two fried moscardini.But, the service was very poor.The food,nothing to write home about.Never again.

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Reviewed 4 August 2017

Visited in a party of four for a 60th birthday.
We were the only people in the whole restaurant so no atmosphere it was 8.30pm.
Felt very uneasy as to why is was so empty on a Friday night.
Waiter showed us to our table and then said Champagne!
Having not even looked at the menu at this stage we thought this must be complimentary as we have not
asked for it and though what a lovely touch.
We found out later in the evening we were charged 18 Euros a glass.
Food was ok but not spectacular - with no atmosphere at all.
During our stay we ate a lot better places at half the price.

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Reviewed 4 August 2017

We loved this restaurant so much we had lunch twice and dinner once. We were treated like regulars our second time there and given our favorite table each time. Our servers were friendly and professional and we never experienced anything but the best seafood with a lovely presentation for every course.

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Thank Tangerine T
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Reviewed 18 July 2017

Literally a stone throw away, facing off with the Pantheon, La Rosetta is by the standards of many, a beacon of true blue seafood in Rome. We were blown away by the dishes recommended by the suave senior waiter who, with the eyes of a hawk, was flawlessly conducting the front of house. We could sit outside since it was a cool evening but opted to stay in for the warm ambiance. The tables were set apart and the hum of the restaurant was assuring. The man in a chef uniform, also the owner we were told, was out to win his guests as though his excellent culinary skills were not enough. What impressed us the most was that endless litany of recipes masterly configured from essentially a simple list of super fresh ingredients namely .. fish, clams, mussels, squids, octopus, prawns, shrimps, langoustines, lobsters with the exception of crabs!? I loved the broth the Seafood Salad bathed in and was told the secret ingredient was "sea water" .. now, why didn't I think of that? The Mini Fritto Misto was out of this world but the Special Seafood Soup was breathtakingly delicious. The only negative .. hence a Very Good vs an Excellent rating .. was the Amuse Bouche. It was a generous gesture of welcome but it lacked the finesse of the dishes on the menu. Tonight the trio were : deep fried mussel (cold and soggy) gazpacho (not cold enough) and fish croquette (thick crust and way under seasoned) .. this not so impressive round did make first-timers like us wonder, what is next? The restaurant has an impressive wine list and should just let patrons savor them while they wait. BTW instead of wines we were introduced to a wonderful local beer by the odd name of Birrificio 18.80 which is a must try. Dinner for the two of us, with a bottle of sparkling water and a 750ml beer was E200 excluding tips ie E220 was the damage. It was not cheap but definitely good value for money.

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