Piazza della Minerva 69
No matter what the occasion is, Gran Hotel de la Minerve will satisfy all your dining needs, from a quick informal brunch to a prestigious gala dinner.
Our menu options are carefully created to achieve a perfect harmony of flavours, by using only fresh quality ingredients.
All this, combined with attentive service and attention to small details, will make your dining experience one to remember.
Loved the view and the piano player. As the night got busier the service was noticeably less atentive. The food was good but not excellent as I would have thought from the prices.
11 Jun 2013, 02:54
Loved the view and piano player. The food was a little overpriced in terms of quality and the service dropped off the busier the night got.
27 May 2013, 09:10
The ambiance is excellent. The waiters are terrible. They are just standing a little bit in the middle of the restaurant, they don't watch you. When another group comes in, they don't have anymore time for you at all!!! You have to pay a high price for a lot of service, but when you don't get this service, the price is far to high. The food: The starters tasted pretty good. Then we continued with a pasta........ horrible. It had no taste at all. We did not manage to eat all of the meal. The bottle of wine we ordered was excellent. So......we stopped after the pasta and asked for the bill. We had to pay 140 euro's for 2 starters, 2 spaghetti's and 1 bottle of wine. The spaghetti we did not finish, it tasted horrible. After paying, they did not care at all. We just stood there, waiting for our coats. No one looked and no one asked. We had to ASK for our coats. This was my second time at Minerva. The first time was lunch and very good. This time was very bad. I don't think I will erver go back to Minerva. Not for the food and not for a hotelroom!!!
Hanneke Van den Berg, 13 Feb 2013, 12:13
Cuisine and wine was excellent. Service was also but our table was only ready 20 minutes later than the scheduled time (we received an excellent porssecco and delicious appetisers). At 00.00 hours I wolud have expected some "institutional" Merry Xmas or something like that.
Mariano Jordan, 27 Dec 2012, 09:28