It is the traditional Roman dining room.
Whe have two: a winter dining room and a garden triclinium, overlooking the peristyle where we have outdoor meals, but shaded and protected from the wind.
It is a pleasure to have lunch or dinner here, there is no hurry, enjoy listening to quiet music and the sound of fountain and birds.
It is perfect for four to nine diners, all facing the centre allowing thus to have a joint conversation, contrasting with the bustle of contemporary dining. This is the place to be in the company, honouring the words of Epicurus: "We should look for someone to eat and drink with before looking for something to eat and drink, for dining alone is leading the life of a lion or wolf."
In the centre there is a small pond where the food is placed on floating boats, which are directed between the diners.
The kitchen is equipped like the Roman cooking places with oven and grill in order to prepare the finest Roman recipes from the “Imperial Cuisine”.