piazza Trilussa, 41 - Via del Moro, 1A, Rome, Italy
Cuisine: The cuisine serves a menu of Roman ‘cucina povera’ that is
not as much ‘peasant food’ anymore as it is traditional, inventive and
Phone: +39-06 5833-3920
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Sunday
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Featuring: Terrace/Deck dining
Enoteca Ferrara currently count three
areas in 500 square meters for a total of 120 covers: the Gourmet restaurant
“Enoteca Ferrara”, “ferrarino” which is the trattoria, and “La Mescita” the
wine bar. The wine cellar is visible from the restaurant through an ancient
forged grating. From the opening Enoteca Ferrara distinguished itself
through the cuisine besides the impeccable service.
Ferrara is the most surprising enoteca in Rome - and possibly the best. It's
a gastronomic archipelago of rooms: bar, wine bar, restaurant and more
modestly priced osteria with a partly covered terrace. The cuisine serves a
menu of Roman ‘cucina povera’ that is not as much ‘peasant food’ anymore as
it is traditional, inventive and delicious.
the heart of Trastevere near Ponte Sisto, between Vicolo del Moro and Piazza
Trilussa, since 1988, the restaurant Enoteca Ferrara is considered the
temple of wines with a large choice of Italian wines (1600 labels). The two
sisters, Mary and Lina Paolillo, the first chef and architect and the other
sommelier, opened this restaurant in 1988 near the Arch of San Callisto in
The Ferrarino's cuisine is based on the traditional Italian peasant: soups,
polenta, stews, roman dishes, meats, cheeses and seasonal vegetables
accompanied by a wine list of 400 labels. The menu which change every week
is a triumph of various regions, from Veneto to Sicily.
The Enoteca Ferrara's cuisine is more
sophisticated, creative and refined with a Slow Food approach that exalts
the quality of the raw ingredients.
The dishes, expertly creative by the chef Mary, are the result of a
continuous research of traditional Italian recipes.
list is so much amazing that in 2003 Enoteca Ferrara won the Oscar awarded
for best wine shop in Italy. The wine list contains 1,600 labels, and is
organized in two bound books: one for reds and one for whites, with an
entire page dedicated to descriptions of every wine, complete with an
impressive visual-- an actual label taken from each bottle.
addition you can find a selection of tea, coffee and spirits, from the West
and the East, including some unfoundable as Puerto Rico AA, Santo Domingo
Pacadulce, Indian Nugget, Chickmagalur and Santos Montecarmelo purodolce.