Rosetta is located in a handsome old mansion in Colonia Roma converted to a restaurant by chef and owner Elena Reyagadas and her architect husband, Jaime Serra. The décor adds to a feeling of rustic elegance that starts upon entering through red velvet drapes as the smell of freshly baked bread wafts in from the kitchen. The menu is a collection of common and not-so-common Italian dishes: light, pillowy gnocchi; tagliatelle with morels; asparagus risotto and malfatti filled with potato and red peppers. Standouts include the braised short rib with polenta and the baked marrow. But from the initial breadsticks to the desserts, Rosetta does not disappoint. The restaurant is a short walk to the nearby Plaza Rio de Janeiro, a park with a wonderful fountain and perfect for an after-dinner stroll.