Enter Gregorio early in the morning, your senses will be awakened by the aroma of coffee, followed by good mood for the fragrances of homemade baked goods or bacon and Roman eggs if you are looking for an American-style breakfast.
The kitchen opens at 11am and chef Alessandro Tommaso and sous chef Valerio Abbondanzieri revisit the traditions of the coast and add recipes that include both cooked and raw dishes. The desserts on the menu are sometimes sophisticated and sometimes traditional to satisfy the most adventurous spirits and those who need a cuddle from Mamma Roma.
If you can’t enjoy their culinary sculptures for lunch, come for a snack with a white Roman schiacciata and fill it up at the deli counter, or choose a signature pizza, the one by Luca Pezzetta of the famous Clementina pizzeria in Fiumicino, who came up with his staff to offer Gregorio Restaurant a 24-hour leavened dough and worked with mastery and ingredients worthy of a pope.
The taste ritual doesn’t end there: in the evening it ignites under the sign of the aperitif, culminating in a dinner of dishes and wines that lasts until late at night. In this temple of hospitality, every moment is consecrated to the art of being together and eating well.