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  • 226. Rosa Rosae

    This new and small restaurant offers classical Italian meals like pasta and pizza. You can sit and relax with tasty pizzas on the way of Pantheon. I ate Roman style pizza. It was great and filling....

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  • 227. L' Angoletto

    4 out of 5 stars

    Good simple food and nice atmosphere but what a shock when the bill comes. We paid 60 Euro per person for a simple plate of fish with baked potatoes and mushrooms. They show you the fresh fish in...

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  • 228. Sora Mirella

    I tried this stuff many years ago -on my first trip alone- but couldn't remember what its name was, and back in 2007 I asked everywhere but I didn't seem to be able to find it anywhere.... that is,...

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  • 229. Hostaria al Gladiatore

    “Hail Caesar, those who are about to die salute you.” — the Gladiator’s Salute Given the location of Hostaria al Gladiatore, directly across the street from the Coliseum, it cannot but attract a...

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  • 230. Angelo Feroci

    Angelo Feroci is the place to grab some tasty food while you are in the Pantheon area. The store window will catch your attention and you will be tempted to get inside and check out their stuff....

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  • 231. Il Tulipano Nero

    Located amongst the narrow twisting streets of the working-class neighborhood of Trastevere, this restaurant caters to local residents primarily. When we ate here in 2000 we were the only non-Italians...

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  • 232. Japanese Take Sushi

    Requests for sushi in Rome have been frequent enough to list a couple of my favorites. Take Sushi has a small sushi bar - the chef is friendly - everything fresh - good service if you sit at a table....

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  • 233. Colline Emiliane

    Even most Italians admit that the region of Emilia-Romagna (where Bologna is) has the best food. But you don't have to go there to have it--it's right here at this restaurant in Rome. It's also nice...

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  • 234. Berzitello Ristorante

    We ate at many, many Italian restaurants and this was the best in Rome! A recommendation from our hotel concierge, Marcos. He called the restaurant and all he said was "per due (doo-eh)" and hung up....

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  • 235. Enoteca Buccone

    In a 17th-century palazzo, this enoteca is filled from floor to arched ceiling with wines and spirits, all sub-divided by region - prices range from the cheap to a Brunello Riserva at over €500. But,...

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  • 236. Burro & Sugo

    I went to this restaurant with a couple of friends and was not disappointed in the least. We had a fixed menu (menu fisso) which included Pappardelle con sugo di cinghiale (wild boar sauce)....

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  • 237. Osteria Pizzeria Margherita - Cafè Friends

    These two very different establishments are joined at the hip. Enter one door and walk through to the other. We started at Cafe Friends and walked through to Osteria Pizzeria M. The first was a flashy...

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  • 238. Cantina Castrocielo

    We're talking top quality in this wine bar. The friendly owner will welcome you in the cosy ambience and you will be offered an appetizer when sitting down. The choice of food is not too extensive,...

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  • 239. Enoteca Trastevere

    A quaint little cafe with great jazz music and a fantastic wine selection. Great for people watching and escaping the pressures of the day. We had a bottle of Barco Reale di Carmignano Capezenna 2001...

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  • 240. Fratelli Crisciotti

    This restaurant is a small typical italian restaurant in a neighbourhood where many hotels are located. So the people visiting are mostly tourists. Most of the waiters in this restaurant are past the...

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  • 241. Enoteca Costantini Simposio

    Rome has wonderful enotecas (wine bars) throughout the city. Their hours seem to be hit and miss - I couldn't quite figure them out. They'd be open mid day but not late afternoon, then sometimes they...

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  • 242. La Locanda Di Bacco

    We stayed at Baileys Hotel on Via Flavia in Rome and the staff there said there were a couple of good restaurants just down the street. This one was one of 2 or 3 in a row but we liked the look of the...

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  • 243. Nuova Cantinetta

    This place is what we call a trattoria, meaning a more "rustique" restaurant, where you can find typical regional dishes. The owner is a very "special" person... Don't think he's rude, because he's...

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  • 244. W Il Gelato

    Never seen such an ice-cream shop before. VERY NICE SET. the area for ice-cream looks like artic landscape covered with ice with penguins so nice to seem real. the caffeteria looks more like being in...

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  • 245. Clemente alla Maddalena

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Went there twice. Had a pasta and a pizza. Each were quite good. The pizzas ranged from teh basic margherita, to more adventurous ones. They had good local beer, good wine, and good cappucino. The...

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  • 246. Ristorante Il Condor

    From the several restaurants near our hotel, which all looked "much of a muchness", we picked this one purely because we liked the street and the view of the church, Santa Maria Maggiore, at the end...

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  • 247. San Michele

    Located in Lungotevere Ripa, in the quiet end of Lungotevere (coming from Piazza Sonnino towards Porta Portese), it is one of those "hidden" dining places in Trastevere that every tourist (and locals...

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  • 248. Tivoli Ristorante Hotel Monte Ripoli

    The restaurant sits high upon a hill in Tivoli overlooking Rome and the surrounding hills. Italian minstrals serenaded us and we sang and toasted to our last night in Italy. We had the usual course;...

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  • 249. Tapa Loca

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    After being filled with delicious Italian food for more than two weeks, I thought something different would re-energize my palate. The Spanish tapas house Tapa Loca - the lone 'foreign' restaurant...

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  • 250. Lingua Lunga di Mondi di Fortuna

    2 pizzas - including what we would call "Hawaii" which is oddly hard to come by in Italy, mineral water , hot tea and beer was as far as we got on the menu this lunch time. A snip at Eu20.20 for...

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