Deconstructed Carbonara, anyone? Elizabeth Minichilli’s excellent guide to Rome…

Today’s post is devoted to another one of our favorite Rome blog’s, Elizabeth Minichilli in Rome.

This week she reviews one of the hottest new tables in the Eternal City, Metamorfosi (Metamorphosis if translated to English), where molecular gastronomy is combined with traditional Roman and Italian cuisine (hence the name).

You’ve read Elizabeth’s writing in Food & Wine and Architectural Digest and perhaps you’ve seen her excellent (and gorgeous book) Italian Rustic.

Her blog is one of the top resources for where and what to eat in Rome, where she lives with her husband Domenico.

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