“Il Comandante” rewarded Best rising restaurant
Tuesday 29, June 2010
The “Altissimo Ceto Awards”, top ranking representative for wine and food professionals and followers, has awarded “Il Comandante” at Romeo Hotel in Naples the prestigious best rising restaurant recognition.
On June 28-29, “Ristoranti sotto le stelle”, “Restaurants under the stars”, an event dedicated to taste, relax and refined elegance, will be held in Verbania. Managing Director of Romeo Hotel in Naples, Antonio Lorenzo Deperte, will accept the award during this ceremony.
“Our state-of-the-art approach has given us the opportunity to contend as true revelation in the Italian wine and food panorama”, declared Deperte. “Through this award, Romeo Hotel's excellence is once again recognized.”
Gourmet restaurant “Il Comandante” in the heart of the city, is a mix of vitality and typical Neapolitan style. These qualities can easily be seen in Chef Andrea Aprea's kitchen through the use of regional traditions, excellent seasonal products and his own creativity. Thorough service and beautiful setting complete it to make the restaurant the ideal place for a significant evening in Naples.
Romeo Hotel with over 700 wine labels, offers a wide Italian and international selection where high quality wines from lesser known vineyards can be found. Its refined and elegant setting are the perfect setting for wine tasting.
Designed by Tokyo’s famous architect Kenzo Tange and Associates, the hotel represents the perfect combination between contemporary design and Made in Italy, while maintaining the city's classic style. There are 84 rooms and suites each with unique characteristics, the “Cristal Bar”, gourmet restaurant “Il Comandante” and “Zero Sushi Bar”, a Cigar Room, a spacious Wellness Center with exclusive beauty treatments, a swimming pool, conference rooms equipped with ultra-modern technological devices and detailed personalized service which make Romeo Hotel the ideal place for an unforgettable and memorable stay. Condé Nast Traveller has recently classified the refined Romeo Hotel on its 2010 World's Best Hotels list.
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