Since opening, Roscioli has been one of Rome's top culinary destinations. The location incorporates a proper restaurant to ann array of smaller venues including its salumeria, bakery, cafe, grocer, and wine shop. Originally a grocery shop in the central city, its family owners transformed the family business into a refined multipurpose gourmet bodega in 2002 complete with its now-famous kitchen and wine cellar.
A lengthy lunch and dinner menu includes generous meat and cheese platters that arrive from the in-house butcher and cheese monger as well as more traditional dishes like homemade foie gras terrine, eggplant caponata and various interpretations of burrata. Main course includes grilled fish and traditional Roman dishes as well as house specialties like spinach and ricotta ravioli in foie gras sauce, fish egg rigatoni with yazu butter and beef shank with Modena vinegar sauce.
Foodie destination in Rome lures with its all-day dining room, cheese-monger and wine bar.