Il Piccolo Mondo Restaurant Blog

Welcome to the Ristorante Il Piccolo Mondo blog! We are in the heart of Rome, a few steps away from via Veneto!
Here you’ll find articles, curiosities and follow-ups on our restaurants, the recipes of our Chef and much more.
We have a lot of stories to tell, so follow us to discover them, post by post, together with us!

Artichokes: a typical vegetable of the Roman cuisine

The Roman artichoke, also called “mammola“, is just one of the different varieties of this good, healthy vegetable, which is used various preparations in the kitchen. The most common varieties cultivated in Italy in addition to the Roman one are the Sicilian, violet in colour, and the Sardinian, which, unlike the mammola, has thorns. The […]

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Salmon: a good and healthy fish

Salmon is a fish that is born in fresh waters, and then migrates to the cold seas of Norway, Scotland and Canada. Thanks to its pleasant taste, it is one of the most widely reared fish in the world. In trade it is also found wild, but it is less easy to find. The tender […]

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New Year’s Eve in Rome

Are you looking for an exclusive location to spend the night of New Year’s Eve in Rome? At the Piccolo Mondo you can relive the atmosphere of the “dolce vita”, celebrating in a beautiful restaurant near the famous Via Veneto. Our special New Year’s Eve menu, in perfect harmony between tradition and innovation, is waiting […]

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Taste our special Christmas Menu

Nothing is more suggestive than spending the holidays immersed in the beauties of Rome. The Piccolo Mondo restaurant has prepared a very special Christmas menu. You can celebrate in an elegant and exclusive location, a few steps from the famous Via Veneto and a short distance from the magical atmosphere of Piazza di Spagna, Via […]