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One of the best restaurants in Rome, if not in Italy, La Pergola is much more than just a famous menu. Its three-Michelin stars - the only Rome restaurant to be accorded such an honour - attest to the excellence of its cuisine. A wine cellar with over 53,000 bottles, a water menu with 29 choices, olive oils and vintage balsamic vinegars from the best producers in Italy, and the finest ingredients to be sourced in the Mediterranean -- all attest to the pursuit of culinary excellence.
In the last decade the major Italian gastronomic guides such as L'Espresso, Gambero Rosso, Bibenda have consistently voted La Pergola the "Best Restaurant of Rome" and one of the best in Italy. Since November 2005…
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Currently having dinner at La Pergola tonight. The water glass broke in my 12year old son’s mouth. He was spitting blood in the sink from the cuts. Nothing was done on the restaurants end and we had to fight to even get his meal taken...More
The cuisine is creative, wholesome, and tasty, a very rare combination. The accompaniing wines are carefully selected and excellent. The service is extraordinary. The prices match the quality and reputation (best restaurant in Rome, 3 Michelin stars): approx. € 400 per person including drinking. If...More
My husband and I had dinner at this very exquisite restaurant - it is true dinning at its very best.
Food, ambiance, atmosphere, location, and customer service were all impeccable.
The food was served on silver platters, only the finest cutlery was offered.
We visit this unique restaurant on our honeymoon as a celebration dinner experience. On the top of the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Rome, overlooking the city is both breathtaking and romantic at the same time. Heinz Beck is the chef in the kitchen voted again...More
Incredible restaurant. Beautiful decor, amazing view and the best food ever.
Staff were friendly and attentive while being totally unobtrusive at the same time.
Water menu, choice off salt, gourmet menu and fabulous wine......absolutely nothing to fault and no praise high enough.
Thank you La...More
I’ve been to a bunch of Michelin starred restaurants and was thrilled to score a table at La Pergola. It was an amazing experience.
Our table did the tasting menu and every course was well crafted, flavorful and visually stimulating. It was competitive with other...More
A treat from my husband during a suprise break to Rome, we have been to many 3 stars over Europe and was hoping for a similar experience.
Sadly not..while the restaurant and views are breath taking I struggled somewhat with the flavours being used, sometimes...More
The tackiest Hilton and restaurant I’ve ever been in - so over the top that it’s worth checking out. But the food and service and views make this place a worthwhile one-time experience and worthy of its Michelin 3 stars.
In Rome for the rugby the past weekend, the group left and the history geek in me was staying another day to see Ostia (also epic). Got back to the apartment after a long day on my feet and decided to chance my arm with...More