Located in a square in Piscinula (which is one of the most characteristic locations in Trastevere) in the isola Tiberina neighbourhood is the Cornucopia restaurant. This restaurant specialises in fish based meals and also offers its customer the chance to sample traditional roman cuisine. Amongst the various courses on the menu we recommend the pasta with fresh lobster, the turbot alla vernaccia (cooked with Sardinian white wine), sole alla mugnaia (in the Miller style, coated in flour and shallow fried), and gilthead bream all' acqua pazza (cooked in 'crazy water'). The house speciality is the fettucine alla Cornucopia (fresh pasta made on the premises with prawns, squid, courgettes, and small ripe pachino tomatoes). The cellar is well stocked with wines to suit every taste and occasion.
The restaurant is situated in a perfect spot for watching the all-important Passeggiata, when in the summer, Romans take to the streets for the traditional evening stroll. It also possesses a beautiful garden, which is perfect for romantic couples that want to treat themselves to a special meal in candlelight. Historically the cornucopia has always brought good luck to those who have possessed it. Today in the heart of Rome, the Cornucopia restaurant brings fortune to those who frequent it.