About Roma Restaurant - Clydebank
About the restaurant
On the surface, there is little to link Clydebank and the Eternal City, but despite the some 1,500 miles between the Glasgow suburbs and the Italian capital, there is a restaurant that is bringing the best of Rome to the town. Roma Restaurant offer a menu boasting the finest in Italian ingredients, cooked in the traditional manner and served in a stylish and welcoming atmosphere. That means an astounding array of starters – antipasto, tomato or parma ham caprese – plus pasta and pizza, risottos and all the classic Italian mains, such as filetto al pepe and calamari fritti. Regional specialities include a list of Roman favourites to rival Francesco Totti, Julius Caesar and Pope John Paul II: chicken stuffed with spinach and asparagus, pasta amatriciana and spaghetti carbonara, all served in a manner so stylish that it puts Audrey Hepburn to shame. Take a trip to Sylvania Way for a family meal to remember, from the banks of the Tiber to the Bank of Clyde – book a table now.