Green T or Hang Zhou or Other?
I've come to Rome from Tuscany so no stranger to Italian nor Roman cuisine. Have my list of must eats which includes, Perilli, Roscioli and Pizzarium.
BUT I'm looking for something ethnic to eat for an anniversary dinner as it's pretty scarce where I'm coming from.
(with a toddler in tow so need for romantic!!)
The above two restaurants were recommended by my very well travelled (ex-stewardess) SIL but I can`t seem to find menus on line.
She says that Green T is the best but the most expensive. I have no idea what most expensive even means to her and she's out of town now.
Hang Zhou is a little far from where I am (staying up above the Vatican) so was wondering if anyone had any opinions or info on those restaurants. OR had a better suggestion. OR should I scrap the Roman Chinese and just go for the quintessential Rome spot?
Thanks for any help anyone might give.
There are a few pretty good sushi places in town these days, if that's of interest? Hammasei is one of the best.
For Indian I like Stiar (Via Cavour)
Brand new Lebanese place, Mandaloun, just off Via Veneto. An offshoot of a London restaurant. Great service, comfortable. I liked the food a lot (especially for Rome)
Oh.....I saw that place....Mandaloun, I took a business card for future reference. I'm back safe and sound in Toscana now but will definitely check it out in the future though as I love Lebanese food... Thanks for all the recs.
I did land up at Green T (because of their lunch special, which we didn't land up getting ) and I thought it was decent, but quality price ratio was ridiculously off.
I really enjoyed my Roman meals though: Sora Margherita, Perilli, Pizzarium all much surpassed by expections. Not the first time I've been to Perilli, and it was better than the last time.
Thanks and til the next time.....
I do understand the need for some ethnic. Hang Zhou has gone completely downhill, now offering all you can eat buffet of chinese/japanese/whatever. Green T nice, chic place (though I think toddler would be ok) with good chinese/thai. prices of mains around 15 euros or so. If it can be another type of ethnic, I strongly suggest mesob, an ethiopian place. Far from Vatican but you can take the tram, and it is very authentic plus cheap.