Yet again in Monti, one of Rome’s most dynamic neighborhoods for food lovers, opens another foodie locale. Aromaticus is quaint and unique to Rome, selling a very necessary selection of aromatic herbs and spices. And it happens to be just a few steps from another foodie mecca, Tricolore, Rome’s contemporary bakery and cooking class venue.
It’s also a nice opportunity for taking away some cold preparations such as fresh mixed salads, carpaccio and tartare or to enjoy them from 1pm in the few seats available inside.
Pastries are made by the famous maître pâtissier Andrea de Bellis.
Owners Luca and Francesca are young but have significant wine & food industry previous experiences. You can perceive their enthusiasm and energy as soon as you walk inside the shop. They should begin in the next days gardening workshops and classes about flavoring use too. We’ll keep you updated about it.
And now space to the photos we took in a recent visit at Aromaticus during one of our food tours in Monti-Esquilino area!
Plants to make your little kitchen garden.
Oil dip vegetables.
Cute and warm internal spaces.
The young couple of Owners: chef Luca De Marco and sommelier Francesca Lombardi.
Salt & Pepper shelves (left) and cakes & pastries made by Andrea de Bellis.
Our votes (scale 1-10)
- Hospitality 7,5
- Setting 8
- Food 7
- Light lunch: 8-12€ (cold dish and drink)
Web Site: http://www.aromaticus.it/
Address: via Urbana 134, 00184 Rome (map)
Opening Hours: Monday 4.00pm-9.30pm, from Tuesday to Saturday: 11.00am-9.30pm (Sunday usually closed) – lunch from 1pm
Images by Tavole Romane, published under a Creative Commons License
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