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Agata e Romeo information
This elegant, restrained place was one of Rome’s gastronomic pioneers and still holds its own as one of the city’s most gourmet takes on Roman cuisine. Chef Agata Parisella prepares the menus and runs the kitchen, offering creative uses of Roman traditions; husband Romeo curates the wine cellar; and daughter Maria Antonietta chooses the cheeses. Bookings essential.