Hosteria Glass in Trastevere, Rome, superb Italian food with a trendy twist

If you feel like something new and different but want to stay with the ever delicious traditional Italian style of cooking, try Hosteria Glass in Rome.

Cristina Bowerman is head Chef at the Michelin-starred Glass Osteria in Rome. With fourteen years in the restaurant business in Austin, Texas and a degree in Culinary Arts from the Cordon Bleu in Paris, Cristina prepares contemporary dishes with an emphasis on texture and locally grown ingredients. Her signature dishes are lobster and prosciutto; crispy sweetbreads with cauliflower and chocolate sauce; and a risotto with oysters, crème fraiche and artichokes.

We had some stunning dishes with bold and vigourous spices and herbs, some powders and foams but with a total respect for the basics of Italian cooking.

More than recommended!

Beef tartare, orange, capers, wasabi sauce, tobiko, microgreens
€ 20,00

Spaghetti Felicetti with goat milk curd, friggitelli peppers and bottarga,
red pepper coulis
€ 20,00

Rock lobster, mango sauce, red onion, mint yogurt
€ 35,00

Hazelnut daquoise and nougatine, coriander ice cream
€ 12,00

Vicolo del Cinque 58, Rome, Italy
closed Mondays

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