The "La Limonaia" breakfast room and the "Mirabelle" gourmet restaurant are located on the roof of the building. Unobstructed view of Villa Borghese park, as well as Saint Peter's dome in the background. In these surroundings (draperies adorning the breakfast room; moulded pillars, mirrors and padded chairs in the restaurant), every meal is a festival, especially as there is a terrace where guests can eat or have a drink outside: a bar area is laid out at the entrance to the restaurant. The breakfast buffet serves a range of American foods (hot and cold dishes). Coffee is served at the table. At lunchtime and in the evening, try the Michelin star-quality gourmet cuisine the hotel offers. Perhaps this is why the rates are so high? Starters are from £26, a main course around £46? Of course, the pasta is homemade, the ingredients are very carefully chosen and the recipes well balanced, but you get the feeling that you could eat just as well in a trattoria, or by shopping at a luxury delicatessen. A few examples: Iranian caviar, Quiberon oysters, terrine of foie gras with truffle, salted meadow lamb seasoned with herbs and lobster and sun-dried tomato tortiglioni. If you do decide to eat at the Mirabelle it is best to make a reservation beforehand, especially for dinner.