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Where to eat as a real Roman
When in Rome… We suggest the best restaurants where you can taste the typical dishes of Roman cuisine and more! An excellent “scrocchiarella”, a delicious fish-based dinner, a tasty Tiramisu or ice cream and the view of the city that opens up in front of your eyes. Here are our favorite places in Rome.
Just a two-minute walk from the Hotel Giolli Nazionale, the Osteria da Valentino offers excellent pasta dishes. Chicory and saltimbocca are also delicious.
With super abundant portions, Maccheroni is the ideal place to enjoy a Carbonara or a Cacio e Pepe. It is located in one of the most frequented squares by young Romans on weekends.
Close to Piazza Navona, it boasts excellent typical Italian cuisine. In addition to the renowned Fettuccine Alfredo, it is also worth tasting the other first courses, all delicious.
Enjoy excellent fish dishes in a small but elegant location decorated in a contemporary style.
A short distance from Piazza Navona, it boasts a unique cuisine in a very “cool” location. Don't miss the Sunday brunch, absolutely phenomenal!
It is true that there is good wine in small casks. Pietro Valentini is characterized by a small environment, but an excellent food, especially for truffle lovers.
Located in the Jewish Ghetto, Nonna Betta offers a cuisine that blends Roman and Jewish traditions.
Located in the historic center, it boasts quality raw materials and the freshest ingredients. Mushrooms are a real must to try when in season.
Taste the best Carbonara in Trastevere! Trattoria da Lucia is a delightful location with tables also outdoors.
Very prestigious and high quality meats from various parts of the world.
Located in the Vatican area, it offers typical Tuscan cuisine. The steak and the "Fiorentina" are excellent.
Typical Sicilian cuisine. Small venue, super central, great atmosphere and delicious food!
Probably one of the most famous temples of Roman pizza, capable of attracting both passing tourists and residents and celebrities. The Roman pizza is thinner than the Neapolitan one and is more crunchy, which is why the Romans call it "Scrocchiarella"
In the historic center, it is ideal for enjoying an excellent ice cream or delicious pastries in an elegant room with Art Nouveau furnishings.