www.gruenfisch.de/ has good reports wherever you find something written about the Restaurant. I went there on October 22 and I only can confirm all the good things that have been said about this Restaurant.
My delightment started with the initial offering of fresh made bread with a spread from basil and dried tomatos and a wonderful sicilian olive oil.
Our starters were "Fegato d´Oca" (10 €) and "Cappesante Gratinate" (12 €). The raw apple was just wonderful with the goose liver. "Cappesante Gratinate" often are dry because of being too long in the Backoven. These were not and they were served in their shells with a Ratatoulle of peppers, zucchini and eggplant.
As main dishes we had Ravioloni stuffed with St Peters Fish (13€) and boar filet (21 €). The ravioloni were served in a pumking cream with two big scampi, which were wonder ful fresh and gave a strong flavor to the dish. I love boar and getting a perfectly cooked boar filet is an experience - it needs to be somewhat more cooked than beef filet, but i mustn´t be "well done", it has to be rosa inside. This was just as I love it. The potato cake, which came with the boar was a bit too salty, but.....
We had a glass of Inzolia and 0.5 l of the Castello Rosso, a biological wine from the Milazzo vinery, which is linked to the owners, both slightly too expensive - but that´s Germany.
Grappa and Coffee was offered by the Restaurant, an incredible nice touch of ospitality. Overall bill 80€, ... we would wish to find a Restaurant like this in Rome.
published also at http://www.qype.co.uk/review/1706210