La Bottega del Buon Caffe

I don't generally dine at Michelin-star restaurants, if not at all for that matter. I'm much more of 'pile as much food on my plate as possible and spend the rest of the evening in a food coma' kind of girl. However, since it was Rowena's birthday and our last night in Italy, we thought it would be nice to pull out the stops and check out the highly recommended La Bottega del Buon Caffe.

The restaurant is small but not claustrophobic. The interior was sophisticated and layout carefully panned out allowing for a wonderful intimate ambiance.  We were sat right in front of the kitchen so we could admire the head chef, Antonello Sardi, work his magic.

One popular misconception of fine dining is that because the portions are so small, you won't get full.  If you're like me and have eyes bigger than your belly, you'll be proven wrong! The portions are small but very rich, and are delicate concoctions of the finest ingredients so both your stomach and taste buds leave satisfied. 

What made the night so special was how attentive the staff were. We literally had a team of high skilled experts looking after us and ensuring our every whim was catered to. It was like no one else existed in that restaurant and that’s how they made you feel, like it was a private dinner and they were there solely for you. I think in terms of service and execution La Bottega del Buon has it nailed and their food is nothing short of divine. Thank you so much La Bottega del Buon for such an unforgettable night!

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