Maddai Tonini invite you to taste this menu to his home
Appetizer: Bolle di Balla sparkling wine First course: ‘Red’ pasta with fried eggplant and fresh ricotta. Second course: Grandma Sofia’s roast beef with baked new potatoes. Dessert: Caramelized fruit All washed down with Ardengo, a Montepulciano d’Abruzzo wine from the Mapei vineyard
Villa Faà is a well-lit penthouse just a stone’s throw from Saint Peter’s basilica, the historic center of Rome, and the “Triangle of Architecture”, the city’s new chic neighborhood. Besides its spacious salon and American-style open range kitchen, complete with wooden counters, the apartment’s highlight is its outdoor terrace, where you can eat, sunbathe and all the while enjoy a private view of the dome of Saint Peter’s. Some of the raw materials that I love to cook with come from the terrace’s own vegetable plot, while others come from our countryside farm, which has been in the family for three generations and specializes in wine and olive oil.