In love with Hotel Palazzo Manfredi, Rome (Italy)

I have felt in love with Rome already many many years ago when I visited the eternal city for the first time. Since then I am regularly returning, because love has to be taken care of and because my heart loves what Rome represents. Now I have another motive to return. I have felt in … Continue reading

The Feminine Cuisine: Ana Roš & Cristina Bowerman in Rome

I’m very happy to be able to announce a beautiful encounter behind the stoves. For only one evening – for a wonderful four hands dinner – will be on Monday 9th December at 20.00 in Rome united two great ladies, two great masters of the cuisine. Both of them are very passionate and sensible, two … Continue reading

“Dalla Slovenia con Amore” / “From Slovenia with Love” back to Rome on 26th November 2012

IT (bellow also in English) Gia tradizionale presentazione della enogastronomia Slovena a Roma “Dalla Slovenia con amore” si svolgera questo anno il 26. novembre nella bellissima sala Ailanto sul rooftop del albergo Marriott Grand Hotel Flora sulla Via Veneto. ATTENZIONE: Per limite dello spazio, sara evento aperto solo per limitato numero dei professionisti di enogastronomia … Continue reading

About the author: Andreja Lajh & Haut de Gamme

I’m deeply involved in gastronomy, wines and hospitality. After my life and work between Slovenia and Italy I have recently moved to London to start my activity here. My professional background started with studies on Faculty of Architecture, continued with over 15 years in visual communications and advertising (Publicis, McCann, Ogilvy), mostly as art director/designer (so … Continue reading

A paradise with a view: Villa Grazioli, Grottaferrata (Rome)

There are many wonderful places in this world, but between them there are some very special places which really enchant you with their beauty which is not a common beauty but a mix of so many wonderful things that it feels like magic. Villa Grazioli is one of those. Not only because of its artistic … Continue reading

La Pasta: everything you wanted to know …

Photo of Alberto Sordi – scene from the legendary movie “Un Americano a Roma” Many schoolchildren were taught that the Venetian merchant Marco Polo brought back pasta from his journeys in China. Another version states that Polo discovery was actually a rediscovery of a foodstuff that was once popular in Italy in Etruscan and Roman … Continue reading