Il Tempio Iside: Elegant “Top Shelf” Golden Palate® Seafood Temple Near the Colosseum in Rome, Italy

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Il Tempio di Iside, locate near the Colosseum is considered one of the top Roman seafood restaurants, known for fresh fish and also “crudo” or raw platters.
Francesco Tripodi personally selects all the fish served in the restaurant to ensure the absolute freshest, and best quality for his clients.

The ambiance is beautiful, reminiscent of Ancient Rome, with elegante table settings and white glove service.

Start with antipasti di pesce (crudi, freddi e caldi- raw, cold, and hot), some standouts include: tartare di ton no (tuna tartare), carpaccio di gamberi (shrimp carpaccio), and oysters. Choose from an extensive list of wines and champagne to complement your selection.

Pasta favorites include Spaghetti al Riccio (Sea Urchin), Spaghetti al Tartufo di Mare, Scialatelli con Uova di Sanpietro e Scampi (with fish eggs and shrimp), Fusilli Napoletani con Pomodori Ciliegini, Gamberi Rossi e Pecorino (cherry tomatoes, red shrimp, and pecorino), Pappadelle Scorfano, Fiori di Capperi, e Pecorino (Scorpion fish, capers, and pecorino).

For entrees, choose from the market fresh selection of local fish, prepared in a number of innovative ways that allow the quality and freshness to shine!

For dessert, enjoy an assortment of fruity gelati, as well as Cassata and Cannoli reminiscent of Southern Italy.

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Any wine from St. Michael Eppan is worth trying!
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Il Tempio di Iside

Via Pietro Verri, 11

Roma, Italy 00184
+39 06 700 4741

About Fred Bollaci

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