The official restaurant of the posh Hotel d’Inghilterra lies on one of Rome’s “fashion streets,” a suitably upscale temple to fine dining. Chef Antonio Vitale is the current maestro, his seasonal, contemporary menus utilizing fresh produce and riffing on traditional Roman dishes. Starters such as zucchini blossoms stuffed with buffalo mozzarella, burrata cheese, and salmon roe are classic. The pasta with potatoes, tomatoes, and pork cheek adds some of his Neapolitan hometown flavor. For the main course, the duck leg served with potato pie and the roasted duck breast with wild berries are refined, tantalizing versions of a Roman favorite.