The Mirabelle is one of many fine dining establishments in Rome that keeps a terrace dining room so patrons can enjoy panoramic views over Rome. Here, from the seventh floor of the Hotel Splendide Royal, you’ll be able to see the Villa Medici, the famous Spanish Steps, Saint Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican, and Giancolo or Janiculum Hill.
Rich Italian cuisine
Executive chef Stefano Marzetti is Roman born and raised and has worked for many of the Eternal City’s top restaurants, including La Pergola, Antico Arco, and Il Convivo Troiani. At the Mirabelle, his menu covers a wide range of regional dishes, such as Milanese style risotto. But it has its share of international touches as well, as with the curry stir fry that accompanies the monkfish. A seven course tasting menu may be served to the whole table if you’d like to sample everything from the toasted octopus starter to the trapense pesto on spaghettoni to the fig sorbet.
Favored by the bel mondo
Fancy living ‘la dolce vita?’ The Mirabelle is a good place to start. With the dining room’s attention to detail, it’s no wonder why this ristorante is so popular with high society. The furnishings are plush with soft lighting and ample decoration in the way of crystal vased flowers and antique porcelains.