A cuisine based on simple and natural flavours, full and confident, without sacrificing learning. A path inspired by the Italian tradition, tasty and rich, with the product at the centre.
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.
In charge of the kitchen is Marco Ciccotelli, a young chef who has built his following by focussing his attention on giving each dish an authentic taste, combined with a keen eye for aesthetics His cuisine is inspired by care and respect for the ingredients, which motivate his research and great interest in cooking techniques.
"When I cook, as a Chef I become a diner with my family, sitting at the same table eating those dishes".
Taste and amazement at the end of the meal, before the curious eyes of the diners. The dessert menu, designed together with Chef Giuseppe Solfrizzi, patron of Le Levain, and created by Chef Giuliano Marzullo, is the perfect end to an unforgettable gastronomic experience. A work focused on the celebration of traditional Italian pastry.