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A casual eatery and bar boasting of highly innovative local cuisine along with a spirit selection that will put the best of restaurants to shame, Enoteca Provincia Romana is one gem of a find in the heart of Rome. Although the menu is selective, the dishes offered are beautifully created and the presentation is well-executed. Directly facing the famous Trajan's column, the entire atmosphere of the restaurant is abuzz with infectious energy. Service is genuinely warm and helpful.
The best kept secret of Rome is the 'Taverna dei Fori Imperiali. A family owned restaurant, its decorated just like a tourist spot with red and white checked table cloths. The menu is small with specials, but the quality makes up for what it lacks in quantity. Fresh pasta, veal, beef are experimented with for delicious meals. Try the 'Pappardelle with white truffles, and Pappardelle with Porcini mushrooms or egg stuffed meat loaf. Not only this they serve exquisite desserts. The carrot cake with chocolate sauce is delicious. Check out the website for more details.
This delightful restaurant has been around since 1928 and has been owned by the same family. Located in an old palace on the first floor, the warm and cozy ambiance will immediately make you feel comfortable. Locals and tourists alike throng here for their Roman Jewish dishes such as zucchini flowers, battered salt cod, Jewish-style fried artichokes and more. You will also find some historic dishes such as beef-and-citron stew which is an ancient Roman recipe of Apicius. Don't miss the opportunity to order the succulent Roman porcehetta (roasted suckling pig special) if it is available as it is simply irresistible.
A wonderful place to have a late night dinner as it is situated right next to the Colosseum and all major historic sights. The atmosphere is very "old Italian style", with wooden floor and paintings on the walls. The menu offers a great variety of pasta dishes, and some pizza. Try the gnocchi that is mouth-wateringly rich. Wine is served by the glass, and all major credit cards accepted, with reservations being preferred. The main attraction of this venue is the cheap prices for quality food that sets it apart from all its competitors.
Piperno is without a doubt, the most famous Roman restaurant that features Jewish cuisine and is very well-known by tourists and locals who beg you to try the typical dishes of this area. The service is impeccable. Here you can taste some of the best fried food in Rome, such as Judea-style artichokes, zucchini flowers with mozzarella and anchovies, dried Cod fillet and Ovoline. The home-made pasta, the toadfish and tripe are excellent. There is an extensive and carefully chosen wine-list.
Frequented by politicians, Fortunato al Pantheon is where you should try authentic Roman cuisine. Established in 1979, this restaurant has been delighting its customers with tantalizing fares, that keep them coming back for more. Spaghetti alle vongole (clams), gnochetti al gorgonzola, pasta and lentils and fresh fish are fixed items on the menu. The seasonal mushroom dishes must be tried to be believed. Superb service. Good selection of wines are available to accompany your meal.
L’Asino d’Oro in Monti is renowned chef Lucio Sforza's gastronomic delight to the neighborhood and you will find the restaurant booked most of the times. The menu changes daily where the cuisine from Umbria takes center stage and signature dishes like game, pork and offal make as the starry casts. The restaurant has a warm ambiance with its soft lighting, comfy chairs and selective jazz music playing in the background. For lunch, the fixed menu for 12 euros is a steal. The food is excellent and is very affordable, do make some room for dessert as well.
Giovanni and Paola Fazi offer traditional, simple home cooking, and usually bring your meal to your table themselves. Apart from the classic antipasti, there is Carbonara, Amatriciana, Pappardelle al pomodoro, Scaloppine, Straccetti, vegetables, cheeses and desserts that leave the diner craving for more. The outdoor patio calls for a cozy time while basking in the sun amidst the fine food and wine. Dine here for a good time, any day. Payments are accepted through cash only. The restaurant is open everyday from lunchtime onwards.
A friendly, efficient restaurant run by three enthusiasts of good and simple cooking. Meals are accompanied by soft background music and you can sit outside in the lovely square during the summer months. Pasta is the house specialty here; for example, Spaghetti with bacon and onion, gnocchi, ravioli, or fettuccine with vegetables. The meat dishes are also good, for example the Veal Roulades. Reservations can be made by calling ahead or sending an email.
Here the bread and pasta are homemade; enjoy them with walnuts, olives, pumpkin seeds or anything else the cook churns out deliciously. The pasta is hand-made and served with tasty garnishes such as tagliatelle with chestnuts or the more traditional tonnarelli with cheese and pepper. All desserts are homemade too. The wines are excellent and are a perfect accompaniment for your meal. The interior resembles a country inn with wood -work and country-style pictures. The seating is comfortable and air conditioning makes it pleasant in summer.
Here you can enjoy an excellent, typical Roman meal, in an elegant atmosphere. There are frescoes by Stampete on the walls, which in places extend onto the ceiling. Service is efficient and pleasant, and the clientèle often includes well known Italian politicians. There is a different special every day, rotated on a weekly basis: on some days fish is served, when you will have a choice of the classic baccalà, anchovies and other seafood dishes, on other days gnocchi is served, as well as the ever available ravioli with spinach and tonnarelli with cheese and pepper. The excellent tiramisù is also not to be missed.
Situated just a short walk away from Campo de' Fiori, Osteria La Quercia has more than just a beautiful location to offer you. Although the opportunity to sit under a majestic oak tree and observe the sights and sounds of the surrounding area is a major drawing card, patrons are also highly impressed by the scrumptious Roman cuisine they are served. Appetizers like stuffed zucchini flowers and salted cod start off a meal which includes mouthwatering dishes like spaghetti carbonara, tagliatelle with truffle and asparagus and more. The staff are always ready to make a wine recommendation.