Restaurants near Baths of Diocletian
- 810.92 mi
- 820.79 mi0.79 mi from Baths of Diocletian
Two blocks from the Trevi Fountain nes find this Italian restaurant recommended by a local expert on the city and its corners. Establishment quite small but with a familiar and extraordinarily treatment Watch for instance by their owners, a married middle-aged endearing. homemade Italian food at affordable prices Very, especially since we were actually at the heart of the Italian ...
- 830.92 mi
- 840.57 mi0.57 mi from Baths of Diocletian
TriBeCa is a small and cool restaurant, with brick walls and very comfortable black leather armchairs. The style is that one of TriBeCa in NY even though the result is not exactly the same. It is perfect for lunch and also for aperitivo, with very good finger foods.
- 850.92 mi0.92 mi from Baths of Diocletian1 review
The perfect place for lunch. Entering the Macro Museum you could find this restaurant on the second floor. It has a nice outside area where you could find a buffet. The environment is quite cool, prices convenient.
- 860.92 mi
- 870.92 mi0.92 mi from Baths of Diocletian
Don't judge a book by its cover. This is a quaint Sicilian restaurant near Piazza Venezia. It's a miniscule place with a little door you can walk past and not think twice about. It can get uncomfortably crowded, but the food is really good. You may land on a night with live musicians...playing smack dab in the middle of the ...Popular withLocalFoodies
- 880.92 mi0.92 mi from Baths of Diocletian1 review
- 890.72 mi0.72 mi from Baths of Diocletian
This restaurant is located near the Borghese Galleria where we had an afternoon tour booked. They feature seafood, which is very fresh, too fresh if you do not care for semi-raw shrimp and langoustines. The server saw this and took them back to the kitchen for a light searing. After a massive amount of seafood antipasti, we did not manage ...Popular withFoodies
- 900.28 mi0.28 mi from Baths of Diocletian2 reviews
A decent place to grab dinner near Termini Station. It seems to be a family-run restaurant. All the staff is friendly to tourists. They don't speak great English, but do their best to help translate the menu. The pasta is pretty good, but I really enjoyed their tiramisu.
- 910.38 mi
- 920.52 mi0.52 mi from Baths of Diocletian
This restaurant near the Palazzo Barberini, has a rooftop terrace where you can dine. We found it was too hot to sit in the sun so opted to lunch inside where the windows were open so we could still appreciate the fresh air. The menu was Italian with nice seafood offerings. Not great, but still enjoyable.
- 930.89 mi0.89 mi from Baths of Diocletian
When I lived in Rome and wanted to have some Japanese food this was the only place I could think about. It is a quite large restaurant close to Piazza di Spagna. Food is good and the environment relaxing. Staff is not particularly gentle but dinner here is still a nice experience.
- 940.88 mi
- 950.86 mi0.86 mi from Baths of Diocletian1 review
Swedish kitchen in an informal restaurant, with smart prices. This is the perfect place for lunch time. The environment is really relaxing in yellow colours. They also sell ethnic bijoux.
- 960.59 mi
- 970.88 mi0.88 mi from Baths of Diocletian1 review
Buona pizza con prezzi economici e un bel posto vicino della Fontana di Trevi! E per i turistici: i bagni puliti e gratuiti (molto molto importante quando si vede una fontana...). Surprisingly affordable slices smack dab and a coin toss across the Trevi Fountain. I bought a 2.50€ margherita slice that was wholly satisfying and delicious. Even better, they have ...Popular withFoodiesBudget
- 980.96 mi0.96 mi from Baths of Diocletian1 review
I wouldn' t leave the city centre to come here on purpose but, if you are in the proximity this is the perfect palce for lunch, but also for having a nice pre dinner drink. There is a nice choice of wines and fingerfood proposed are really inviting and tasty. Also main dishes are really good and well prepared. The ...
- 990.98 mi0.98 mi from Baths of Diocletian
Nothing out of ordinary about this restaurant: One of those restaurants near Trevi Fountain with tables outside and laminated menu in English. The food is great, like any other restaurants in Rome. I had spaghetti alle vongole, among other things. It was so good that I wanted to put into another order!
- 1000.92 mi0.92 mi from Baths of Diocletian
After a long travel day I was happy to find this place, open and inviting. It was a comfortable place for a single person to eat. Other diners were the guests of the many hotels in the neighborhood. It was quiet. The food was hot. I enjoyed my plate of pasta. I got the traditional cacio e pepe, fresh pasta ...