Tibullo

Via Tibullo 20, Rome, 00193, Italy
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restaurant/trattoria needed for small wedding dinner in september

by mouse388

Hi

I wonder if anybody could recommend us a nice restaurant or trattoria in Rome's city centre. We would like to book it for September for a group of around 30-40 people.
This is going to be our first time in the Eternal City, although we've been all across the Italy few times before.
Any help or tips will be greatfuly welcome.

Cheers!

Rene

Re: restaurant/trattoria needed for small wedding dinner in september

by azz8206

Restaurant Name: Amalfi Pizzeria

I loved this restaurant near the Ottaviano metro. The pizza and the amalfi antipasto were some of the best dishes I've had while in Rome. Although my wife was kicking herself for not ordering a pizza because her pasta was not that good. It's not too pricey and there is no cover charge to sit. The inside is nice and clean and the service is very good with the owner taking the order and a couple of waiters attending to you. I give it a very satisfied revue just because my wife did not enjoy her pasta. It's between 25- 30 euros pp with a beer and no tip.

Favorite Dish: I really enjoyed my amalfi antipasto which consisted of prosciutto, melon, some bruschetta bread, bocconcini with tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella. a mini calzone and the piece de resistance eggplant meatballs. I also enjoyed my pizza lucifero, the salami was quite good.

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Theme: Pizza
Comparison: about average
Prices: US$31-40 ยป Currency Converter
Phone: 06 39733165
Address: Via dei Gracchi, 12 Roma, Italy
Directions: 5 minutes from Ottaviano metro and near the Vatican museum.
Website: www.pizzeriaamalfi.it

The dining room is very big and can easily fit 30-40 people. Check out the website above for their menu.

Re: restaurant/trattoria needed for small wedding dinner in september

by TheWanderingCamel

You'll probably be swamped with suggestions - my offering in Osteria de Gensola in Trastavere (a 5 minute walk across the river) Here's my review of it from my Rome notes

http://members.virtualtourist.com/vt/tfr/1/23513/2/1cfd6a/

Their website is only in Italian but is easy enough to make sense of even if you don't speak the language

http://www.osterialagensola.it/

And from the past -
http://www.dmol.dk/engelsk/billede_info.asp?genst_id=21940

Re: restaurant/trattoria needed for small wedding dinner in september

by dino335

Antica Trattoria Pasqualino al Colosseo --

Via S.S. Quattro, 66
000184

Tel. Fax. 06/7004576

It's down a little side street a block east of the Colloseum

I had lunch at this place a few years ago, I saved their little brochure because the food was very good as well as the service. They have "banquet rooms", air conditioning, take credit cards. I presume they are still in business

Re: restaurant/trattoria needed for small wedding dinner in september

by mouse388

Thanks for your help! :)

Re: restaurant/trattoria needed for small wedding dinner in september

by NorCal08

Imago at the Hotel Hassler,located at the top of the Spanish Steps is very romantic and the views spectalcular. In fact, it is where I went after my wedding in Rome. There are a couple of restaurants to choose from at this location (www.hotelhassler.com).

Re: restaurant/trattoria needed for small wedding dinner in september

by NorCal08

Imago at the Hotel Hassler,located at the top of the Spanish Steps is very romantic and the views spectalcular. In fact, it is where I went after my wedding in Rome. There are a couple of restaurants to choose from at this location (www.hotelhassler.com).

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