Above: ROMA’s now legendary Carbonara is just one of the classic dishes featured on the restaurant’s Houston Restaurant Weeks menu.
ROMA is a “can’t-miss newcomer,” wrote CultureMap food editor Eric Sandler in his round-up of Houston Restaurant Weeks recommendations:
Restaurateur Shanon Scott always offered a compelling HRW menu at Sud Italia, and he continues that practice at its Roman-inspired successor. The two-course lunch menu starts with Italian staples like fried mozzarella, arancini, and meatballs; entree choices include three different pastas, breaded chicken breast, and a salmon filet.
At dinner, the three-course, $35 menu follows the Italian tradition of antipasti (with the same appetizers as lunch), primi (choose from four different pastas), and secondi (entrees such as breaded chicken breast, seafood soup, and short rib stew).
Please click here for our 2019 Houston Restaurant Weeks menu.
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Houston Restaurant Weeks begins August 1 and runs through September 2, 2019.
From the Houston Restaurant Weeks website:
Houston Restaurant Weeks is the largest annual fundraiser for America’s largest food bank, the Houston Food Bank.
It’s a month long dining extravaganza featuring specially priced lunches, brunches and dinners at restaurants from The Woodlands to Galveston, Texas.
HRW is planned by volunteers so that participating restaurants can donate 100% of the funds raised to the Houston Food Bank.
Participating restaurants make donations directly to the Houston Food Bank based upon how many brunches, lunches and dinners they sell during the event. Diners are not solicited for donations.