The views of Rome from this sixth-floor hotel restaurant are jaw-dropping, the old city laid out before you, glowing pink as the sun goes down. The food is equally special, as chef Francesco Apreda reinterprets Italian cuisine, borrowing heavily from Indian and Japanese culinary traditions. The Michelin-star menu changes seasonally, but may include buffalo mozzarella with bitter puntarelle, fettuccini with quail ragu and caviar, or grilled pigeon with mango and lentils. Reservations are essential; men must wear jackets.