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El Toula

El Toula

A stone’s throw from the Pantheon, this elegant and luxurious restaurant boasts vaulted ceilings and antique furniture. The Venetian cuisine prepared under the direction of chef Fabrizio Leggiero includes seafood such as compote of... Read More

Il Simposio

Il Simposio

The décor is a little old-fashioned at this eatery inside an upmarket wine bar, though it suits the old-world, attentive service and classical cooking. You can try delights such as risotto with red wine, Treviso radish and Roccaverano... Read More

Il Sanpietrino

Il Sanpietrino

In the heart of the old Jewish ghetto this friendly restaurant, now run by younger di Mauro family member Valerio, serves a mix of Roman, Sicilian, and Abruzzese cuisine. The anchovy rissoles, aubergine pasta with ricotta, and spaghetti... Read More

Qui Se Magna

Qui Se Magna

As the name suggests (“This is where you eat” in Roman dialect) this simple eatery in the upcoming Pignetto district, with its paper tablecloths, concentrates on typical Roman food at decent prices. You’ll receive a warm hello... Read More

Necci dal 1924

Necci dal 1924

Once a famous bar much loved by film director Pier Paolo Pasolini in the old Pigneto quarter, this is now a beautifully refurbished restaurant with old photos, a jukebox and a courtyard with a few tables for dining al fresco. They have... Read More

Monzù Vladi

Monzù Vladi

Named after friendly chef-owner Mr Vladimir, this long-established restaurant in Trastevere specialises in Neapolitan cuisine. The wonderful provelone and mozzarella are freshly imported from the south – you may well find yourself... Read More

George’s

George’s

This old-fashioned, elegant establishment off the Via Veneto dates back to the Dolce Vita years after World War I. It is now run by Vinicio Carlon, but maintains its traditional ambience. Try the wonderful gnocchi with Senese pig... Read More

Fantasie di Trastevere

Fantasie di Trastevere

If you want to watch a play based on folklore while indulging in some traditional Roman fare head for this venue set within the walls of the old Tiberino Theatre. You can eat your fillet of turbot with Zibibbo grapes and pine kernels or... Read More

Edy

Edy

You’ll find this elegant family-run restaurant in a lovely little alley between Piazza di Spagna and Piazza del Popolo. It offers the full range of typical Roman cuisine, from melanzane alla parmigiana to tripe, if your arteries can... Read More

Dal Toscano

Dal Toscano

This restaurant in the Prati district near the Vatican has been a draw for lovers of Tuscan cuisine since it opened in 1938. Dine either in the spacious and elegant wood-panelled rooms or outside; try the hand-cut prosciutto with fresh... Read More

Da Ojo a Casa Mia

Da Ojo a Casa Mia

In the heart of the trendy, post-industrial Testaccio district, overshadowed by a giant gasometer, this busy and rather noisy establishment is run by a family that used to own a butcher’s shop. Inspired by local ingredients, it offers... Read More

Dal Bolognese

Dal Bolognese

Tucked away in a corner of central Piazza del Popolo, this elegant establishment, and haunt of prosperous locals and the famous, has two floors as well as al fresco dining. The vast menu includes such staples as tortelloni with ricotta... Read More

La Cesta

La Cesta

Situated near the Pantheon in the elegant Grand Hotel, this restaurant offers a fantastic selection of traditional Mediterranean and international dishes. Chef Fabbrizio Caddei is nothing if not adventurous. Don’t miss out on the... Read More

Brunello

Brunello

Via Veneto may be one of the most famous and expensive streets in Rome, and it’s never easy to pick among the high-end eateries aimed at tourists here – but you can do worse than step into Brunello. Linked to the Hotel Baglioni, the... Read More

Bar Farnese

Bar Farnese

A quiet and authentic local café run by the ever-friendly Angelo Salis and his family, Bar Farnese still somehow manages to prosper in the touristy heart of the city. Order a coffee and cake, and sit outside for just a fraction of what... Read More

Baffetto 2

Baffetto 2

A popular pizzeria (expect to have to queue for a table) just around the corner from beautiful and buzzing Campo de’ Fiori. Go for a wide selection of reasonably priced, excellent Roman-style thin-crust pizzas, plus the usual... Read More

Antica Trattoria da Carlone

Antica Trattoria da Carlone

On a lovely little side street on the quieter side of busy Trastevere, this traditional, family-run trattoria serves up large portions of superb fresh pasta (many reckon this place does the best carbonara in Rome), grilled fermented... Read More

L’Antico Moro

L’Antico Moro

One of the few authentic non-touristy restaurants still plying its trade in the heart of trendy Trastevere, this place serves basic but well executed traditional dishes in homely (red and white checkered tablecloth, wicker bound bottle... Read More

Antico Caffè della Pace

Antico Caffè della Pace

It doesn’t get any more Rome than this: an attractive, century-old café in a side street off the Piazza Navona. Visit for a morning espresso, light lunch or evening aperitivo. Of course, it gets busy and there’s often a bit of a... Read More


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