Rocca's size will remind many of the hypermodern, mass-market restaurants in Las Vegas. The restaurant's interior decor is really spectacular with sophisticated black leather seats, warm colors as well as subtle lighting and marble walls. The large window providing views over the sea adds to the intimate and elegant atmosphere. The wide, grassy terrace is furnished with comfortable rattan sofas and the lounge space and open bar, creates a laid-back setting.
Chef Antonio Manse offers a menu influenced by French-Mediterranean cuisine. Recommended first courses include the deep fried baby calamari, red tuna tartar and a selection of sushi and sashimi. For main course, a good choice is the lamb neck in a red wine sauce or the entrecote with sauteed potatoes. For dessert try the brulee semifredo. As much a place to see and be seen as to dine.
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