5101 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60640
A wonderful culinary experience has made it’s way to Chicago’s Andersonville,
Bar Roma, which highlights the Roman cuisine, shows off Chef Fred Ramos’ skills
With a dinner menu that has won the hearts of many in the neighborhood,
the newly popularized brunch menu is just as good!
Their beloved meatballs have made their way to the brunch list,
As the Panino Di Guanciale Di Mazo, and it comes with arugula house-made chips
An Italian version of the Mexican Chilaquiles have become a favorite,
you can find it as the Torticcio Alla Trastevere, a dish so exquisite even the staff recommend it,
and with each special ingredient you will need to savor it!
With ingredients like, smoked pork belly, ricotta salata, and crispy tomato-chipotle tortillas,
to start the weekend, this filling dish is a good idea!
Then there’s the Maritozzi Con La Panna, if you’re craving something sweet,
a fancy luscious french toast, with banana and mascarpone, and applewood smoked bacon meat,
the combination makes it a delectable treat!
Along with other brunch plates, like a few homemade pastas and an Italian style omelette,
I bet, that their dessert and drink list is one you will not forget!
Cocktails like a Mimosa or Bellini work well with a Cannoli or a slice of Tiramisu,
and the Crema Bruciata, a chocolate hazelnut custard, has a hard layer that’s a joy to crack into!
Bar Roma has mastered the Roman Cuisine, a type of Italian cuisine that’s hard to find,
with it’s top notch service, and a style that’s elegant and refined
Either with a group of friends or a date night, it’s an impeccable place to dine and wine!
The owner, Julia Zhou, is known to walk to every table like an old friend,
her presence, that has everyone comfortable in their seats, is a trait I have to commend!
This Italian bistro is new to the Andersonville neighborhood but has already begun to have a leading name,
and the outstanding food, service, and ambience is every reason for Bar Roma’s growing fame!