With the name Senza Fondo (meaning “bottomless”), the restaurant is located on Via Teatro della Pace in the centre of the Italian capital and offers limitless Roman dishes for both lunch and dinner.
The lunch option costs €19.50 while after 6:00 pm and on Sundays or public holidays the price rises to €25.50, according to Italian daily La Repubblica.
Diners can feast to their heart’s content on Roman specialities such as rigatoni all’amatriciana or alla carbonara, tagliolini alla gricia or cacio e pepe, or penne all’arrabbiata.
They can also devour plates of bruschette, supplì, fiori di zucca, filetti di baccalà, Roman-style thin crust pizza, saltimbocca alla romana, tripe and polpette al sugo.
The restaurant’s co-founders, Diana Russo and Luciano Rufino, said guests can expect both quantity and quality at their venue.
“We wanted to celebrate Roman cuisine in a fun format, made up of real, authentic and limitless dishes,” they told La Repubblica.
“And what better place than a Roman all-you-can-eat in the centre of the city, a stone’s throw from Piazza Navona?”