Rome wasn’t built in day, so it is not this menu (a secret foodie surprise)

Supperclubs & Popups

Rating: 9.0

hosted by The Backdoor Kitchen

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Chef will be in Rome in a week time. In his hometown, apart from sunbathing and having aperitivos a bit everywhere, he will get back to his childhood food and try new tricks meeting his chef friends and stealing secrets from his legendary hardcore cooking aunties.
This supperclub menu is on a food journey. If you have part the main courses already written down, you will have the starters spoiled day by day by during chef’s trip back home. Rob will tweet clues, add new courses and say the usual bull***** everyday, getting inspired by his home cooking experiences.
Why to come?
It’s fun, it’s chatty, it’s secret, mouthwatering and the level of booze is never at a low.The menu is already looking bloody good and we’re sure chef will bring back lovely produces and new inspired recipes from Rome. It is our secret foodie extravaganza!

And now the menu, ladies and gents:

Complimentary Aperol Spritz cocktail

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* FARRO ALLA CREMA DI SCAMPI E FUNGHI – Creamy, luscious Garfagnana Spelt Scampi Risotto with locally sourced wild mushroom.
* TAGLIATA DI MANZO IN 4 SALSE – Beef tagliata, gently chargrilled and marinated and served along 4 different sauces: salsa verde, mint and yoghurt, tuna and cannellini bean, Mostarda from Cremona.
*SECRET DESSERT– something legendary, rustic, tasty which goes under the name of Timballo di Pesche, family recipe, google it if you can ;)

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Simplicity equals magnificence

Rating: 9

Innovativebaker attended in August 2012, reviewed on 30 August 2012

I can't keep saying this...the boys might think I'm infatuated with them. lol!

But seriously, Rob keeps it simple. No fuss, straightforward yet so almighty beautiful when each bite is taken.

Fabio is his great sous chef. Knowing when and how to attend to the diners. And they were so kind to let me 'gate-crash' again with Green tea cupcakes with wasabi frosting for @edible_exp's birthday. Lol! I can't thank them enough.

Great food, atmosphere, and hospitality

Rating: 9

Radhika attended in August 2012, reviewed on 26 August 2012

We decided to spend the evening of our 5th wedding anniversary here, and it was wonderful. Chefs Rob and Fabio have created a lovely warm vibe in their dining room, and the food was extraordinarily good - rivalling that of some of our favourite Italian restaurants in London imho. Each course was able to stand on its own, and in addition I felt that they'd thought about the harmony of the entire offering, finishing with a delicious, delicate timballo di pesche. We felt like we'd spent an evening with friends - this was truly a great supperclub experience.

Rome wasn't built in a day...

Rating: 9

kpasu81 attended in August 2012, reviewed on 25 August 2012

Great food, cooked simply and tastes superb!

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