26, Pietro Tacchini St.
Rome, 00197 Italy
Excellent food. Appetizers, Dessert, wine and liquors included in the fixed price meal. Good quality. Specialties, wines, liqueurs, from the Abruzzi region.
In its newly renovated banquet area, spacious and discreet, Ambasciata d'Abruzzo can accommodate meetings, catering to small and big parties. It serves the traditional fare as well as simple and tasty dishes, like cured pork meats, "mozzarella", "ricotta", "bruschette", smoked ham, meatballs and the typical "fagioli con le cotiche" (beans flavoured with pork rind and aromatic herbs), prepared with wholesome products.
in Parioli, the overall most affluent residential neighborhood of Rome, it’s
amazing how reasonably priced and down to earth this wonderful restaurant
is. You must start with the house antipasto array, which always includes
vegetable dishes, a frittata of some sort, and, perhaps best, a selection of
salami from the region of Abruzzo, dried sausages and ham, most of which you
cannot get in the States. (I am particularly fond of the dried sausage with
liver.) The cheese and spinach ravioli dressed with butter and sage are also
a must. Then you are on your own if you can fit in anymore. There is also a
gargantuan set-price feast. You may want to ask about it. The rooms,
including a wine-lined side one, feel substantial and comfortable. The
atmosphere at both lunch and dinner is lively with local customers,
including families who come for the set-price meal..."
Hand made pasta stuffed with
ricotta cheese and spinach 8 Euro