Set at the foot of the Aventine hill the Consolini restaurant boasts four levels; the two top floors are roof terraces with a beautiful view of Rome.
On the lowest level near the entrance you can see the caves of Caco where the mythological Hercules fought and vanquished the son of the god Vulcan. At the reception there is a glass floor which allows you to see the ancient Roman river port storerooms which were once used to store the amphora containing olive oils, wines and perfumes.
A wonderful setting, an exquisite cuisine and centuries of history await you for parties, banquets, weddings, meetings or simply for a special evening with the ones you love.
Buona accoglienza, ottimo servizio ma pessima cucina dovuto principalmente al primo piatto dove regnava il sale. Lamentele sollevate anche da altri tavoli.
Eccellente la location, eccellente il servizio, eccellente la cucina, eccellente anche il caffe.
Di meglio non si poteva chiedere.
The restaurant didn't respond to my reservation request. I have tried directly through their online reservation form on its own website too but no response. I have emailed the restaurant directly and no response and now I have tried through diningcity.com and no response. 10 years ago, I we got married in Rome and had a wonderful wedding meal there with all our guests. The meal this year was supposed to be a celebration of that and I explained this in my email to the restaurant. No response. Disgraceful.