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A wonderful dining space reflecting Roman elegance is what one can expect at Il SanLorenzo. The menu which changes seasonally offers a tantalizing range of dishes prepared in the Mediterranean flair. Visit this restaurant to taste executive chef Tommaso Maddalena's tantalizing concoctions. Seafood lovers can gorge on preparations made from fresh catch from the waters. Rebuilt from the remains of the former Pompeo theater, this restaurant lies in the heart of the city and is in close proximity to various tourist attractions.
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.
Ristorante Camponeschi offers guests a tantalizing Roman flair with creative blends mixed in. They house an extensive collection of wines, sourced from France and local Italian regions, which will be the perfect accompaniment for your food. Guests can choose to dine in the sophisticated interiors of this elegant place or on the patio that offers delightful views of the elegant Farnese plaza. The restaurant throws its doors open to guests for dinner from 8p onwards, Mondays through Saturdays, making it an apt place for a late night dinner.
Many people are repeat customers who love nouvelle cuisine and creative methods of cooking you have never tried before. There is a cozy atmosphere ideal for delicious, candle-lit meals for two. The cuisine is delicious, carefully prepared, and includes many traditional recipes. However, the new dishes are also recommended, such as the Artichoke Alla Romana. The patio outside is great for lazy meals alone or intimate dining with loved ones. The restaurant is classy and attracts a glamorous clientele.
Very popular with tourists and Italians who come from all parts of Rome. The young crowd call Ai Marmi l’Obitorio 'the morgue' because of the marble tables and walls made of stone. Despite this, there is a lively, friendly atmosphere. The excellent pizzas can be accompanied by rice and other kinds of croquettes, fillets of dry salted cod, pumpkin flowers and beans dressed in different ways. An extensive list of beer and wine are available to accompany your gooey cheesy pizzas.
Roman trattoria with an informal atmosphere, simple, tasty, tried and tested cooking. On the menu, you will find such timeless Roman dishes as Abbacchio Romanesco (shank of lamb), Tagliata di Manzo Con Patate (sliced roast beef with potatoes), and fish-based meals such as Spaghetti al Cartoccio (spaghetti with seafood). All the desserts are home-made. The location of the restaurant in the center of the historical area is also convenient for a lunch break or a dinner out after a day of sightseeing.
This well-known and conveniently located restaurant with good quality Austrian food is located close to Basilico di San Pietro. It is, in fact, a Tyrolese eatery, with wood panels and an overall warm atmosphere. During the summer, it is possible to eat outdoors. The Cantina Tirolese wine cellar is something to look forward to. Faglioli Soup, Apple Strudel, Fondues, Spätzle and other delicious fare is on offer. The wines and beer from the list are worth trying. For dessert, dig into some yogurt and blueberry cake.
Located very close to the Vatican, the Duecentogradi is a cafe which will stun you with the sheer variety of sandwiches. The cafe is an ideal location to enjoy a nice and cozy evening out while sipping on some great beer and choosing from the over 50 different varieties of vegetarian and non vegetarian sandwiches on the menu. The name of the restaurant actually means 200 hundred degrees and is a reference to the temperature at which the bread is baked. They also serve other dishes like salads, entrees and pastries.
Amidst a sea of Plexiglass tables and bright orange lamp light is L'Acino Brillo, is an exciting restaurant and wine bar. With an amazing wine list of over 100 selections, the cuisine is also as creative and colorful as the decor. Chef Armando Baccari's 'cucina creativa' offers dishes such as ravioli with goat ricotta and zucchini flowers, and the 'Carre di Aguello', a lamb sirloin on a bed of crisp vegetables. The restaurant operates from Tuesdays through Sundays, so book your seat before you visit.
L'Apepiera brings to Tuscolano, a sophisticated and very pleasant eatery, with courteous service where you can taste classic cooking with innovative touches. Couple Roberta and Angelo Rocchi offer their guests tantalizing fares prepared in the Mediterranean flair. Among the most original dishes are ravioli with mushrooms, lasagne with zucchini and smoked Provola, sausages with chicory and Beans, anchovy and endive flan. A range of sinful desserts, offer your meal the perfect ending.