Time Out says
Glass offers warm service, an interesting wine list and a menu that is experimental and fusion-tinged, and is rather less pretentious than first expected.
Despite the place being ultra-modern and vigorously kicking against the traditional Trastevere dining scene, Glass offers surprisingly warm service, an interesting wine list and a menu that is, yes, experimental and fusion-tinged but rather less pretentious than you might expect. Chef Cristina Bowerman’s Michelin star has pushed prices up somewhat in the past couple of years. The menu changes frequently: expect novelties along the lines of chestnut tagliatelle with pumpkin, sausage and sage, or sumac-scented lamb with quinoa, beluga lentils and nuts. There are three tasting menus including one for vegetarians.
Vicolo de' Cinque, 58
00153 Roma RM
|Price:||Two courses plus wine over €60|
|Opening hours:||Open 8pm-midnight Tue-Sun. Closed 1 week Jan/Feb & 2 weeks July/Aug.|