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Lazio Restaurants

  • L'Archetto

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This was our first trip to Rome and while there Hubby and I would be celebrating our 28th wedding anniversary. So we wanted to a nice place to eat for our special day. We aren’t the types to dress up fancy (heels just don’t work on the streets of Rome!), but we wanted a place that we could be assured of a good meal, rather than take our chances....

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  • Antico Caffè Greco

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    I was schocked to see such a beautiful Cafe founded in 1760 by Nicola della Madalena ( greek) Antico Cafe Greco was an oasis for Italian and universal artists. Amongst some of its famous customers were Stendhal,Liszt, Gounod, Heine, Wagner, Marc Twain, Gogol, and D'Annunzio. In the rear parlor there is a piano.They said that Rossini use to play...

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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Okay, Hard Rock fans, no worries because there is a Hard Rock in Rome. On one of our walks around Rome, we happened upon the restaurant which is complete with massive burgers and fries and the requisite Hard Rock shop to buy your t-shirts and pins. We did not eat at the Hard Rock since, in my opinion, once you’ve eaten at one you have eaten at all...

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  • Termini Station Restaurants

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    The Odd Room is an easy going restaurant, with good food and friendly waiters who even did their best to explain the menu to me in English. Plain furniture, wooden tables and bar stools. I sat close to the front door, but there are also benches at the back for couples in search of a little more privacy. I had a three course menu: bruschettone, some...

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  • Tre Scalini

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    The guide books said that it was known for its chocolate studded tartufo (chocolate-chip ice cream) and so, after a long day walking around Rome, we decided to give it a try. The restaurant has a nice spot in the Piazza Navona. The food was okay..nothing spectacular...apart from the chocolate-chip tartufo. The bill was a bit pricey as...

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  • Ice Cream - Gelato

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Traditional Italian ice cream is called gelato, and it can be found all over the city. Rome being so hot, the temptation to stop by a gelateria is sometimes pretty hard to resist! I tried to limit myself to one gelato cone (or cup) per day, but I was always on the lookout for the best - and most unusual - gelato flavours :o) I generally tried to...

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  • Trattoria der Pallaro

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Paola has become well-known and even Rich Steves recommends her - and deservedly so! Line up here and experience great Italian lunch or dinner! Worth the wait and so close to Campo di Fiori! Your appetizers will arrive before you have organized your jacket, purse, etc. Visited recently with VT'rs Joanne & Jerry (qvarizona) and again with Jo (Jo...

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  • Dino and Tony's Hostaria and Pizzeria

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    We came here on a private tour, it was recommended by our driver. We wanted an authentic Italian experience. We were greeted by the owners, who were extremely friendly. There were many locals as the restaurant filled for lunch we found ourselves grateful our driver called ahead. I never saw a menu. The food just came - antipasto, fried...

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  • Vecchia Roma

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    I should have paid attention to a previous review. Rude, white haired owner. It wasn't an isolated experience. We were "guests" recently. When the waiter brought bread, we sent it back. (1) We knew that it would entail a charge and (2), we weren't very hungry and just wanted a couple of entrees. When we received the bill, they still charged 8 euro...

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  • Santo Padre

    5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This restaurant must be the best place I have eaten in Italy. At first moment I enter, I feel as if I have walked into my family home (I am Hispanic, so we are a bit similar to Italians). I sit and order an antipasti with possible the best freshest ingredients in Rome. I had stuffed meat pasta with tomatoes and basil and I start to think the...

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  • La Carbonara

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    A Friday night in Campo Di Fiore, my favourite piazza in Rome, and we found ourselves eating at La Carbonara. This is a great restaurant although a little pricey but they do not have a cover charge. The food is very good and very abundant. The ambience is really great out on the patio, you really get the sense of Italy there. Musicians serenade the...

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  • Pizza - Bruschetta

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    We had had a fair day's worth of flying, British Airways Glasgow to Heathrow, to Fumicino, in August 2009, and we headed out from our hotel later than planned. From reviews I had in my head we would seek out Pizzeria Baffetto. I am still not sure how we missed it but we were up and down the street and the wife was wearing less- than -sensible shoes...

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  • Trastevere Restaurants

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    It's so easy to eat really well in Rome, at what ever level you're spending. Although not every meal we ate was a great gastronomic experience, there was only one meal that disappointed us - and that was at a very expensive catered function at Hadrian's Villa - a fabulous setting and food that wasn't up to an Italian Night fundraiser run by the...

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  • McDonald's

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Normally I would never write a restaurant tip for a McDonald's, as everyone has a pretty firm view of McDonald's and their food, whatever it may be. And people generally always know what to expect there and they are everywhere, so no tips are needed. This McDonald's, however, is a little bit different. This was the first McDonald's to open in Rome...

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  • Piccolo Buco

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    2014: Updating as reviews from other travelers are still largely positive. We eyed this place suspiciously as it was on one of more heavily traveled streets to Trevi Fountain but I'd read good reviews, it was on our way home, and we were starving so what the heck. Good choice. This tiny hole (the literal translation of 'Piccolo Buco') is a...

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  • Otello alla Concordia

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Hidden back off the street. Seems to have a local crowd even though it is in the middle of the tourist swarmed Spanish Steps area. House red wine, pruiscitto and melon, tortellini in chicken broth, veal scallopine...

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  • Pizzeria Da Baffetto

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This is a no nonsense pizza place. The pizza is so thin and crisp and the toppings so fresh there is none that compare. If you want to eat here get ready to wait. There is usually a line at the front door before it opens each and every night. It was just around the corner from our apartment so we got there at 6:30 right when it opened and usually...

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  • Maccheroni

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    We happened upon this place while casting about one evening looking for dinner. It turned out to be a great choice. They were very busy and had to squeeze us in. I get the impression that a reservation would be a good idea. The staff was very good and well trained. The restaurant was very clean with an exposed kitchen. It had a busy but friendly...

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  • Piazza Navona Restaurants

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This restaurant was a few metres form our front door. It was upmarket, inside and we had to try it out! We ended up coming here twice as we thoroughly enjoyed it. It is a bit expensive, but was a thoroughly enjoyable dining experience, from the caring and very efficient waiters (something which, sad to say, Rome does lack somewhat), to the...

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  • Carlo Menta

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Carlo Mente is another local trattoria where we enjoyed a cheap but tasty lunch. We found a table outside next to the picturesque old car (pic 1). Our appetizer was bruschetta al prosciutto(garlic bread with Parma ham) for 3euros but they have some more (3-8e) Their menu is typical roman of course with first courses like gnocchi, spaghetti,...

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  • Gelateria Giolitti

    5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    In an area dripping with gelaterias, this is the gold standard. In true Roman style, you must decide what you are going to buy (one scoop, two scoops, etc), tell the cashier and pay for it. She will give you a receipt which you hand to the person scooping out the gelato, telling him which flavor or flavors you want.

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  • La Gallina Bianca

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This restaurant is not in the very heart of Rome but it's in the centre anyway. Good italian food. Close to Termini station and Santa Maria Maggiore church. Metro: Termini (lines A and B, closer) and Cavour (line B).

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  • Gran Caffè Cavour

    3 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Well why not have lunch at the beautiful square Cavour, just behing the justice palace, around the corner from the castle of san angelo, and on the side of the theater cinema adriano, overlooking the great statue of Cavour. this is purely local food , with great pasta, pizza and great terrace view, the service was fast too and nice,the price just...

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  • Pastarito Pizzarito

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This is a tip that a good friend passed on to me. Back then I searched for this place on the net and easily found several references about it. I had not attended this restaurant personally but I trusted in the info she gave me, as she has traveled a lot and has a travelling style very similar to mine. However, in 2007 I walked by one of these...

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  • Cul de Sac

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This little wine bar, close to Piazza Navona, is one of the oldest in Rome. The selection of wines is huge, but they also serve meats, cheeses, salads and pastas. The inside can be a little cramped, but the outside fills up early. The staff is nice and efficient. Credit cards are accepted. I'm in love with their cheeses!

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  • Pizzeria Trattoria Luzzi

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Local color at Luzzi is sometimes excessive in terms of decibels, especially since the waiters are busy shouting among them, but we must recognize that prices are inversely proportional to the noise and the quality is pretty good with occasional misfires like the soft lasagna served to my wife. But the pizzas (7-8 €, no copperto or other...

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  • Gusto

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    My friend took me to Gusto, on a Thursday night, when a live performance was also scheduled. An italian cheese plate, a bottle of Chianti and some Italian bread... I could have died right there, right then. It was fantastic. The food, the ambiance, the music... Gusto is not the cheapest place and it can be quite crowded so reservations are also...

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  • L'insalata Ricca

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This restaurant has three dining rooms where around 150 people can be seated. It has several outside chairs and tables to use if the weather is fine. Here several kind of salads are served; in large bowls. If you don' t fancy a salad for lunch or dinner you can have pasta, other kinds of first courses and several meat dishes. L' Insalata Ricca...

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  • Leonardo Pizzeria

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Caffe Leonardo is just to the right of the Spanish Steps if you are looking at the steps from the bottom. Go to the Statue, turn left and it's in the back corner. You might almost miss it if you weren't careful but that would be a shame if you did! Their patio is wonderful and the food was really great! The PIZZA

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  • L'Orso '80

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Although this is termed a Seafood restaurant it has an extensive menu and none of the party I was with chose a seafood option the antipasti were enough to make us full but it just kept coming the food is sooo good that you find yourself having to eat it, you will definitely want to go back, and I will definitely revisit. Closed on a Monday. I...

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  • Caffè Sant' Eustachio

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This is what espresso in Heaven must taste like! All of the hype you've heard is 100% true -- this is without question the single best cup of espresso I have ever had in the world. Yes, the world's best. If you love coffee, make this your first stop in Rome. I literally shed tears in the street on my last night in town, that's how much I miss this...

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  • Gelateria della Palma

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    I found this place walking around the streets near the Pantheon. The variety of ice creams they sell there is biggest I have ever seen. It took me a good 20 minutes to choose what to taste. The place is quite expensive and the portions are not big at all, but they have some interesting flavours that you cannot find anywhere else.

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  • Hosteria Pizzeria Da Vito E Dina

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    After our visit to St. Peter's we walked the pretty streets of the Borgo and around the Piazza del Risorgimento, looking for restaurants for dinner that evening, checking out menus and sometimes talking to owners and servers. Though there were also plenty of hawkers begging us into their place, we were impressed with quite a few places we saw. We...

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  • Trattoria da Giggetto

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Teasingly displaying the freshest artichokes right in the shadow of the unbelievable Roman Portico d'Ottavia, Trattoria da Giggetto serves authentic Jewish Roman cuisine. The trattoria has been run by the same family for three generations and although overrun by tourists, it serves delicious dishes, including the most celebrated Carciofi alla...

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  • Da Meo Patacca!!!

    Rome Restaurants

    Absolutely attractive restaurant. Not only on the outside where you can enjoy your meal, but also inside. A bit of a medieval feel, loads of fun objects to see, dark wood, quite large and an open kitchen that is in the same style as the restaurant. So you realise, very popular with the tourists. Service was adequate (with that I'm actually saying...

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  • Enoteca Corsi

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This is a very old and well known simple place, open only for lunch, located not far the Pantheon. The menu is always the same, but here you can really enjoy local recepies. This is the italian version of a fast food and the service can be occasionally rude if they need your table for someone waiting in line. Very simple decor, no wine list and no...

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  • Pizzeria san Callisto

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    My Vt friend Gili has told that we MUST go here,so we must..He was right,pizza was good.We had to wait for the table outside for 20min,but we were not in hurry.There was many delicius sounding things like antipasti,but that time we didn´t feel like eating anything more than pizza.I believe,that those who love rucola,will have delicious...

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  • La Scala

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    La Scala is a very famous restaurant in Rome, in Trastevere. I found it a little overpriced and touristy, but the food was good! I had bruschetta with tomato and spaghetti all'arrabbiata (tipical of Rome) and it was quite good, though a little bit too spicy for my taste! But everyone's food was good. Just as a warning, don't expect big...

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  • Ristorante Mario's

    5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This was our first restaurant in Italy, and it did not disappoint. There was outside seating, but we chose to sit inside to enjoy the air conditioned room. We had some bread and wine, water (no gas please) then onto the mixed seafood appetizer, some pasta and then the recommended lasagna, which had an orange sauce I had never seen before, but was...

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  • Taverna dè Mercanti

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Located on a piazza in Trastevere, this restaurant is in a building whose appearance does not seem to have changed much in 1000 years! The ancient walls and the beams give you a 17th century feel and the antique oil lanterns, keys and copper pots and meat hooks really add to a wonderful atmosphere! Go at night and check out the torches on the side...

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  • Pizza Rustica

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Meals need not be expensive in Rome, especially a quick lunch. We loved stopping into pizza rustica shops around town for a slice of pizza and a drink to go. You will find these small shops all over the place. When you enter, you will see all kinds of pizzas ready to go. Simply request the kind you want (if you don’t have a common language,...

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  • Alfredo alla Scrofa

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    This restaurant is undisputedly the home (where it was born!) of Fettucini Alfredo, the world-famous pasta created by the very first owner of the restaurant, Alfredo. For 100 years, the tradition of this pasta has been passed from generation to generation and over the years the restaurant has gained more and more fame in the international...

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  • Trattoria Lilli

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    A group of us had dinner here on a warm August Evening. From the Tiber quai, Lungotevere Tor di Nona, we descsended a few stairs into a lane lined with old-style Roman houses. There was the trattoria; there was abundant room indoors, but we preferred to sit outside, with a beautiful romantic background of the picturesque lane, an old residential...

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  • Mimi e Coco

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Located near Piazza Pasquino, just around the corner from the more famous Piazza Navona sits Mimi e Coco. Outdoor tables, inside tables, and a wine bar make up this cozy lunch and supper cafe. The ambience is warm and the waitstaff will strike up a conversation at the click of a wine glass. You get the feel of a residential neighborhood cafe with...

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  • Osteria la Gensola

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rome Restaurants

    Ristorante La Gensola is a cute little restaurant in downtown Rome. They have an amazing choice of salads, pastas and various other local delicacies. The quality and freshness of the food is also noteworthy. The waiters are very prompt and entertaining too. You should definitely try this one out when you visit Rome. Shrimp Salad

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