Enilive, an Eni Sustainable Mobility brand, has announced that its restaurant ALT Stazione del Gusto is set to debut in Rome.

The new restaurant, which is a partnership between Enilive and Accademia Niko Romito, will open on 20 September 2023.

ALT Stazione del Gustois will be located within Eni’s service station in Viale America, EUR district.

Its menu will offer a range of items for breakfast through to dinner. These items can be enjoyed in the shop or through the takeaway option.

Eni Sustainable Mobility CEO Stefano Ballista said: “This is the first taste of Enilive, the new brand that was launched a week ago and shows how we are transforming our company – focused on bio-refining, biomethane production, smart mobility solutions and the marketing of services and of all mobility energy carriers – also through the over 5,000 Enilive Stations across Europe.

“Enilive and Accademia Niko Romito share the values of constant research, innovation and focus on the customer.

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“The “ALT Stazione del Gusto” project represents an evolution of the services available to people on the move and solidifies our commitment to meet the needs of those who visit our points of sale – more than just refuelling.”

The partnership also aims to open another 100 restaurants over the next four years, starting in the largest Italian cities.

Additionally, Accademia Niko Romito and Enilive will focus on the plan to develop a franchise network.

Romito said: “I envisioned a street catering model for ALT because streets belong to everyone. I wanted to offer popular cuisine, with dishes that are easy to understand, that have an almost home-like feel and a creative, quality approach.

“I have created what I myself would like to find when I travel for work: a menu, from breakfast to dinner, that caters for the traveller, the motorcyclist, the family passing through, those who stop for a business lunch in an informal atmosphere or those who want to take away a snack, good bread or fried chicken.”