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At Fareham’s Villa Romana rustic and contemporary combine to create an authentic Italian dining experience with a splash of olde worlde English thrown in to the mix. This centrally located, 18th
century coach house oozes character with exposed brick and beams juxtaposed against simple leather chairs, spotless white tablecloths and gleaming glassware. The ideal setting for a romantic
evening or stylish dinner with friends, Villa Romana’s regular live music is the perfect complement to the eclectic menu. Using fresh local ingredients, the Chefs produce an excellent combination
of classically traditional and inspirational new dishes to whet the palate of any Italian food fanatic.
I always seem to head east to West Sussex when cycling or walking or even shopping but on Friday we headed west because Geoff was playing golf in Wickham later that afternoon. We decided to pay Villa Romana in the High Street a visit, I’d been previously with my Italian friends Catia and Loretta but that was about 5 years ago or more.From the outside it’s a lovely brick building, an 18th century coach house in fact, on the inside is a mixture of brickwork and plaster with beams on the ceiling, Italian artwork on the walls and music playing in the background. We had the Three Tenors whilst we we’re there...
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