Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Farewell Dinner: Nautilus Restaurant Rome

Nautilus restaurant is located in the heart of Rome, just a few steps from the stunning Trevi Fountain and Spanish Square, thus making it a hit with tourists. The establishment is elegantly furnished and spaciously designed to accommodate large parties. The multi-lingual, professionally trained staff is greatly looking forward to hosting The Diocese of Evansville’s special farewell dinner.

Enjoy a variety of classic Italian fare and Nautilus’ own unique Sicilian recipes. The restaurant’s reliability and unique twist on genuine Italian cuisine earned high acclaim in Italy’s La Republica newspaper and from touring representatives of the Japanese Credit Bureau.

As the old saying goes, “when in Rome, do as the Romans do.” In this case, eat as the Romans eat. Nautilus fans suggest enjoying a simple starter of mixed bittersweet vegetables (aubergine, tomato, celery, capers, black olives), followed perhaps by pasta with mussels and clams, and finish with homemade tiramisu. Delivered daily, the fish is delicious, too. In online reviews, one customer raved about the restaurant’s crispy flatbread pizza. Although it is not a typical menu item, the chef will gladly make it especially for you.

The atmosphere at Nautilus is invariably casual, in an elegantly Roman kind of way. Its series of romantic high arches lit by cream wall lamps is instantly appealing. Enjoy the serenade of piano music and a glass of the specialty house wine as you celebrate your journey and bid farewell to this magical city.

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