Vivendo is the restaurant of the 5 star luxury St. Regis Grand Hotel Rome, one of the very best accommodations in the Eternal City.
Vivendo has received many important awards since its opening at the end of 2000, not least being twice nominated as the best in Europe by Zagat.
High on design, Vivendo is contemporary in the spirit, but with a look to the past incorporating the traditional detail of the rooms and furnishing inspired by the period of the 1930’s and 40’s.
The restaurant can seat seventy while an intimate 'Champagnerie' can host 14 people. The interior lighting is designed to help diners relax and to emphasize the works of culinary art.
ON THE MENU
Your chef is Francesco Donatelli and the rich cuisine offers products typical of the Rome area combined with intense fragrances and aromas.
Expect such delights as potato and cheese ravioli on a tomato, mint fondue and light mustard crusted loin of lamb.
View a list of all the latest Vivendo Restaurant menus here, but we highlight the selected seasonal menus at Vivendo Restaurant here.
• A LA CARTE MENU
• EXPERIENCE MENU
Vivendo: Opening hours: 7.00pm - 10.30pm from Tuesday to Saturday; Cuisine: Contemporary. Dress Code: Smart Casual
Di Vino: Opening hours: 6.30pm - 8.30pm; From Tuesday to Saturday
Enjoy an exclusive wine tasting in an intimate setting at Di...Vino, the wine cellar of the Restaurant Vivendo. Located in an alcove within the ruins of the "Diocleziano" Roman thermal baths, Di...Vino is the ideal ambience for the real wine aficionados. A place where wine, culture and cuisine come together for an unforgettable experience.
The Wine List has been selected by Federico Galligani, the Restaurant Manager and a professional sommelier. It offers more than 600 labels, harmoniously stored in the “di…Vino” wine cellar.
As you decent the spiral stairs case you will immediately see part of the Tiepidarium wall on the far left, surrounded by the restored fresco motifs. The Diocletian Roman Thermal Baths are found in an area surrounding the hotel extending from the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli to as far as the Cinquecento square.