Il Nido Del Pettirosso

/ Italian, Restaurant
#308 of 26482 places to eat in Rome
Closes soon: 22:30
Italian, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: 21-41 €
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Via Palermo, 89
Rome, Lazio, Italy
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This restaurant provides you with nice food and a place to rest after a long walk around Torre dei Borgia. At Il Nido Del Pettirosso, you will be offered Italian cuisine. The chef at this place cooks mouthwatering beef cheeks, rabbit and spaghetti carbonara. Many people say that waiters serve good parfait, tarte tatin and gâteau here.

The wine list is diverse, it can satisfy the needs of all clients. Check out delicious cortado, espresso or lemonade. Most guests find the staff energetic. This spot is notable for its fabulous service. You will like affordable prices. At this restaurant, visitors can enjoy the cozy atmosphere and divine decor. Il Nido Del Pettirosso was rated on TripAdvisor, it got 4.5.

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We ended up stopping in here on our last night of a 2-week Europe trip since it was close to our AirBnb. I can't really express how happy I am that we did. We walked in expecting a normal dining experience. The decor is very interesting, the inside of the restaurant was cozy and neat to look at. We decided to order the tasting menu, which at the time of this was 50 euro. We then ordered a bottle of red wine, to which our server replied "Let me check with the chef about that first". This was our first clue that we'd stumbled into something much more than we expected. Basically, this place is what I'd consider a casual fine dining restaurant, with a deceivingly charming look and atmosphere. I was wearing a simple T-shirt and jeans and felt totally comfortable. The food and service felt ripped straight from a posh, suits-only place though, which I say as a compliment!Our servers and the maître d' (I assume he was, given his demeanor and extensive knowledge and interactions with us) were absolutely wonderful. Speaking with the headwaiter regarding the bottle of red wine we wanted, he instead suggested that he help us to pair a different glass of wine with each dish, to which we happily agreed. With each dish that came out, he thoughtfully considered the ingredients, our tastes, and what would pair best, and made a suggestion (which he thoroughly explained to us each time). It was an awesome experience to have, as I'd never personally had this happen before.Without going into detail (because I'm not really elegant with describing food, and wouldn't do this place justice), every single dish in the tasting menu was phenomenal. Small portions and beautiful presentation, with massive and distinct flavors every time. He was also spot-on with each wine pairing. As an American, I'm usually wary of spending decent money on small portion meals, but each dish was so delicious that I would do this whole thing again with no regrets whatsoever. Hell, I even added this place as a recommendation in our AirBnb review; I feel this place deserves as much praise as it can get.SummaryPros:- Superb service: the servers knew and explained every detail of every dish, and the headwaiter was delightful to talk with and very helpful/knowledgable- The food was all delicious. You could tell real thought and effort went into every detail of each dish- The price was more than fair for the overall dish quality, service, and experience we receivedCons:Honestly, the only thing I can think of would be that the place is small, so it may be crowded/loud or have less personalized service during peak times. This wasn't an issue with our visit at all, but we also went late on a Wednesday night. Really I'm only mentioning this so that I don't have zero cons here :)
Very good place to eat in Rome! we strongly recommend
Perfection. Every dish was precisely prepared and beautifully presented. The chocolate mousse was well WELL worth the wait and the amuse bouche rounded out truly one of the best meals we’ve ever had.
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Via Palermo, 89, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Booking No Wi-Fi No takeaway TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 19:00-22:30
TuesdayTue 19:00-22:30
WednesdayWed 19:00-22:30
ThursdayThu 19:00-22:30
FridayFri 19:00-22:30
SaturdaySat 19:00-22:30
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