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August 10, 2020updated Sep 11, 2020


Offering a modern take on Italian classics, All'Oro aims to guide its guest through a journey of culinary surprises.

By Elite Traveler

Owned and run by executive chef Riccardo Di Giacinto, All’Oro has earned a Michelin star for its modern interpretation of Italian classics. Situated in the five-star H’All Tailor Suite hotel, it is a hotspot for Rome’s power elite. The restaurant’s décor blends an unapologetic old-school glamour with contemporary modern design. The dark-wood ceilings and brass lamps give All’Oro the feel of a traditional Italian trattoria.

The tasting menu offers the very best of Di Giacinto’s creations, including the famous “tiramisù” of potatoes with salted cod and bacon, and raviolini stuffed with mascarpone cheese, duck ragout and red wine reduction. Diners can also pick their favorites from the a la carte menu, which is divided up into the traditional four courses of Italian cuisine.

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