Romeow Cat Bistrot is an unusual and attractive bistro that serves vegan and raw vegan dishes inspired by local and international cuisines.
It is famous not only for cozy atmosphere and tasty food, but also because there are six cats who wander around the tables
Romeow Cat Bistrot elevates the concept of Cat Cafè: not a simple bar that houses cats, as in the Japanese tradition, but a refined bistro, open from the morning for a rich and healthy breakfast, for lunch for a quick meal in the afternoon for a relaxing snack; at dinner with a rich proposal of original dishes and tastings that represent cuisines from all over the world.
In this photo, you can see the names of the cats who live in this bistrot. Cats are very friendly and make the place’s ambiance cozy and unique.
The official website of this bistrot is well-developed. You can make a reservation for lunch or dinner or even organize a special event for your relatives/friends/second half. There are several types of coupons with prices from 10 to 110 euro. Most of the options are connected to the degustation of sweets.
As it is said on the website:
“Questo progetto ci somiglia: gli animali, il cibo naturale e il design sono da sempre cose che amiamo e quando si ama ciò che si ha attorno non ci si puoi mai sentire soli.” (This project resembles us: animals, natural food and design have always been things we love and when you love what you have around you can never feel alone).
Read also about Rome Cat Sanctuary Ruins.
As you can see in the menu below, all dishes are not typical. We decided to try the first one: Malai Kofta. This is the place where you don’t have to be scared to risk because the quality and taste of all dishes are excellent.
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You won’t have to wait more than 10-15 mins to get your dish. Moreover, you can pet cats while waiting for dishes.
On the left side of the photo, you can see Spaghettone acqua e farina su crema di macadamia e pepe di kampot, lime e gomasio di noci (Spaghetti with macadamia cream and kampot pepper, lime and walnuts). Its price is 16 euros. The taste of this dish is 10 out of 10!
If you have doubts about what to order or any questions connected to translation, you can ask the waiter, who will kindly translate the menu and recommend the best dish according to your preferences. Thus, yes, the service is also pretty good.
Undoubtedly, the selection of dishes in this bistro is quite rich. However, I recommend trying their vegan version of cheesecake made of soia milk (7.50 euros). It is amazing!
Read also about 10 dishes of Roman cuisine.
The place was opened in late 2014. It works every day (except Monday) from 11 a.m. until 11:30 p.m.
Author: Kate Zusmann
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