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Rome, Italy Restaurants

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I promised someone going to Italy for their wedding anniversary next month that I'd post my restaurant research before my trip.  Here are the Rome restaurants, in no particular order, that I may well try:

 

 

 

Colline Emiliane - About the best pasta in Rome, near Via Veneto, reservation highly recommended, Via Avignonesi 22 (off Off Piazza Barberini), Tues-Sun 12:45-2:45pm; Tues-Sat 7:45-10:45pm Tel: 06-4817538

 

 


Colline Emiliane - Veal in cream sauce over mashed potatoes, moderate to expensive, Via Avignonesi 22, Closed on Fridays or see above?????, Tel: 06 871538, Reservation required

 


Restaurante Montevecchio - A small, intimate place tucked away in a late-medieval neighborhood. Scrumptious antipasti and a wonderful spaghetti with a lobster and tomato sauce. High end, but, believe me, worth it.,  Piazza Montevecchio 22A (From the north end of Navona, walk down Via Coronari about 100 meters. Via Montevecchio is on your left. There is usually a planter in the middle of the alley. Turn left, walk a block, you can't miss it.), Tel. 06 686 13 19

 


Armando al Pantheon - Very cute, good menu, highly recommended, Salita del Crescenzi, 31 (by Pantheon, street on right of Pantheon past newpaper kiosk) Tel: 06 688803034, Noon - 3pm and 7 - 11pm

 


Navona Notte -Good menu, not bad looking, pasta and pizza look good, Via del Teatro Pace, 44 - 00186 Roma (couple blocks west of Plaza Navona), Noon - 11pm , accepts credit cards

 


La Bruschetta - What a great, fun place! Near hotel.  Can be a ripoff per one review, Via Sardenga 39 (Walk down Via Veneto from the Grand Hotel Flora. Via Sardenga is the first or second cross street. You can see the sign from Via Veneto.),  Tel. 06 42 01 37 21

 


Tullio - one of the best restaurants in Rome specialising in Tuscan cuisine. The food is excellent (you'Il pay around 40.00 euro for a meal), the place is usually packed and the service fast and efficient, Via San Nicola da Tolentino, 26
Off Piazza Barberini (near hotel), closed on Sunday, ph. 06 475 85 64

 


Al 34 - combines Roman cooking with regional dishes from throughout Italy. It is consistently good and very popular so booking is essential, Via Mario de' Fiori, 34 (Near hotel),    closed on Monday. A full meal will cost around 25/30.00 euro
All credit cards.

 


Da Baffetto - Rome's most popular pizzeria, not far from Piazza Navona, Via del Governo Vecchio 114, No lunch, no credit cards

 


Perluigi - Good reviews, 1/2 hour walk southwest toward Tiber from hotel

         
Giggetto

                     
Ditirambo - Piazza Carcelleria   


Dar Poeta

                    
Antic Arco 

                  
Il Palazzetto -Gnocchi w/ sausage & asparagus, near Piazza di Spagna (not far from hotel?), Vicolo del Bottino 8, Spagna,    Tel: 06 6990878


Antico Ristorante del Giglio - Specializes in classic Roman and Lazio cooking, moderate cost (not far from hotel?), Via Torino 137 (located between main train station (Termini) and the Rome Opera House),  Tel: 06 4881606

 


Da Giovanni - Agnolotti (pasta stuffed with veal) is the best, cannelonni, very good fish, Via Antonio Salandra 1 (corner of Via XX Settembre)     Tel: 06485950

 


George's - Piano bar, elegant and expensive restaurant, Via Marche 7 (on street behind the Excelsior Hotel on Via Veneto), Tel: 06 42084575


Hosteria Guilio - Fabulous pastas, homemade ravioli and gnocchi, veal.  Moderate (close to hotel?), Via della Barchetta 19, Tel: 06 68806466


Hosteria Da Nerone - Good for lunch after touring Foru or Colliseum.  Roast rabbit, Homemade ravioli, fettuccine alla Nerone, Via delle Terme di Tito 96, Tel: 06 4817952


La Carbonerra

 

Piazza dei Fiori

     
Café Mancini - Cute, menu looks good, Via Metastassio 21 (corner of P. di Firenz), Closed on Sunday, tel 39 066872051


Paris in Trastevere - P. S. Calisto 7a, Tel 39 065815378

 

 

 

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  • Re: Rome, Italy Restaurants
    jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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    NewHilton,

     

    Thanks for this valuable work.

     

    We all will benefit from this information.

     

    Keep it coming!

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  • Re: Rome, Italy Restaurants
    kharada46 Alumni Steward Gold 10 Reviews
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    Newhiltonmembr,

     

    Thanks for the great info.  I've bookmarked this thread for my reference when we go to Rome! 

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