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OUR COOKING

Good cooking starts from the selection of high quality ingredients. These, combined with our Chef’s passion, allow us to offer you a rich menu, halfway between tradition and innovation.

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THE APPIAN WAY PARK

We are set in an oasis of greenery, just 5 minutes’ drive from the historic centre and the Baths of Caracalla. All around us, you can see the vestiges of the Roman history, with its centuries-old streets, Mausoleums and Shrines.

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PRIVATE CAR PARKING

Inside our facility, we have a large private parking, which is a unique feature for the convenience of our customers, and much appreciated in an area so centrally located and full of sightseeing opportunities.

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BOOK ONLINE

Booking is highly appreciated, both by telephone and online. Our concern is to contact you or call you back within a few minutes’ time to confirm you the availability of the tables.

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Atmosphere

When you discover a nice place, you take it with you forever.

We thought of the Ristorante Massenzio as a corner of serenity, surrounded by the warmth of light wood fitting, followed and pampered by our staff, while tasting fragrant and impeccable dishes.
Moreover, our outdoor space is made available in the summer to offer you the option of sitting at elegant tables just under the pergola and surrounded by luxuriant greenery.

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Flavors

You can discover one of the magic aspects of life sitting at a good table.

Ours is a search for good flavours, as we are persuaded that the best starting point is the choice of excellent raw materials, which should be brought to the table by processing them as little as possible. The result is a very refined and delicate cuisine, with great attention to the essence, offering you dished to be looked at, but above all to be tasted.

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History

History is who we are and why we are what we are.

The Ristorante Massenzio is located in an area rich in History. Just a few minutes’ drive from the Baths of Caracalla, overlooking the Catacombs of Callixtus and those of San Sebastiano, the Fosse Ardeatine Memorial Monument and the Tomb of Caecilia Metella, the remains of the Villa and the Circus of Maxentius.