A path inspired by traditional Italian cuisine, founded on simple and genuine flavors, which keeps raw material at the center, without sacrificing research. In the historical center of Rome, San Baylon Restaurant welcomes you with an à la carte menu for lunch and dinner, for a business meeting with the Business Lunch formula and every Sunday with the Brunch.
San Baylon's Sunday Brunch is an opportunity to indulge in a moment of escape from the city, within the historic walls of a 17th-century palace, among the magical streets of the Trident. Each Sunday, the restaurant turns into an international-flavored experience with a buffet of pastries and savory specialties accompanied by fresh fruit, creams and sauces.
From Monday to Friday, the lunch break becomes a rediscovery of the flavors of the best Italian tradition: the Business Lunch at San Baylon Restaurant aims to balance lightness and taste; making a professional meeting a fulfilling and purely relaxing experience.
An ancient convent from 1600 in the heart of Rome, between Piazza del Popolo and Piazza di Spagna. Starting as a girls' school in 1672, conservatorio della Divina Provvidenza, it became a shelter for many young Roman girls abandoned to poverty and neglected by families. Today it is a space with a contemporary, elegant and welcoming design.
To run the kitchen of the San Baylon Restaurant is Marco Ciccotelli, a young and talented Chef who has built the kitchen brigade by conveying his attention to the authentic taste of each dish combined with a keen aesthetic sensibility. His cuisine is inspired by care and respect for the ingredient, which motivates great research and interest in cooking techniques.
San Baylon's dessert menu, conceived together with Chef Giuseppe Solfrizzi, patron of Le Levain, is the perfect fulfillment of an unforgettable gastronomic experience. A work focused on the exaltation of traditional Italian bakery