San Baylon's unconventional catering accompanies the lunch break in the center of Rome, with grace and elegance. The break of the day and professional meetings, more or less formal, also become moments of relaxation and discovery, with a gastronomic proposal inspired by Italian and Roman tradition and designed to reconcile lightness and taste. Italian cuisine is the protagonist of the a la carte menu, with its mouth-watering formulations and refined raw materials, in a tranquil and elegant setting.
Ph. Andrea di Lorenzo
The lunch break is a taste experience with the proposal of San Baylon Restaurant: genuine traditional Italian dishes with fresh ingredients and unusual preparations but respectful of ancient recipes. The courtyard of Palazzo Ripetta welcomes guests with its atmosphere suspended in time, between past and present, between calls of art and nature to relax the body and mind immersed in beauty and satisfying curiosity even at the table.
Chiostro di Palazzo Ripetta | Ph. Sabrina Rossi
San Baylon Restaurant 's menu offers tasty dishes that are also ideal for a quick lunch break, such as the mouth-watering veal with tuna sauce and its giardiniera, the gentle sea bass tartare with julienne of crispy spring vegetables, and the Chef's "cacio e ova," the traditional Abruzzo pallotte embellished with tasty bell pepper.
Vitello, salsa tonnata e la sua giardiniera, Ph. Andrea Di Lorenzo
On the other hand, classic, family-style Italian cuisine to perfection is the star of the first courses with rigatoni alla norma, pasta alla chitarra with baked tomatoes, shrimp and saffron pistils, and sincere cacio e pepe. Finally, among the main courses we find Roman-style meatballs, grilled sea bass with wok-sautéed seasonal vegetables and a "garden tour" of all-vegetable freshness.