It is eight in the evening and the mild Roman Saturday tempts groups of cheerful chatty thirty-year-olds to linger among the outdoor tables of Bistreet, at the foot of hotel The Corner Rome, for the last open-air drink before taking a seat inside. Tiny, intimate, easy. A Bohemian atmosphere, an in-sight kitchen, a colonial touch, a wall of books to share in front of the oval table. The menu begins with breakfast and ends with dinner. It offers Italian-style comfort food in the shape of street food – from cornets with fried food to burgers, from fondue flan to homemade cakes. Bistreet wins you with its quality, simplicity, and care for the interior, for food and definitely for service.
Words Laura Taccari
Translation Alessia Andriolo