If you're looking for a present or just a sweet treat for yourself, La Bottega del Cioccolato is the heavenly spot. With gourmet chocolates of various sorts (many of which are pre-wrapped in beautiful containers), there's a form of cocoa candy suitable for any taste. It may not be the cheapest place for chocolate, but it's certainly the prettiest.
Restaurants near La Bottega del Cioccolato
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- 20.12 mi0.12 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato3 reviews
I like to think the best things in life are simple and uncomplicated, that these moments are so pure, none of the distractions of everyday life could possibly contaminate. This is how I feel about Gelateria Fatamorgana. It was by far the best gelato I had during my two months in Italy. I liked Giolitti. I loved Corona. Old Bridge ...Popular withFoodiesFamilies
- 30.17 mi0.17 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato3 reviews
Best Italian gelato I've had in Italy. The flavors are exquisite and sometimes surprising in a good way. It's right next to the Colosseum and it's a perfect little snack as you walk back towards the metro.Popular withFoodies
- 40.23 mi0.23 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato3 reviews
Dine outside when the weather is nice. I loved their prosiutto and funghi mushroom pizza. All the ingredients tasted so fresh. The bruschetta was also delicious, though a little hard to eat without all the toppings falling off.
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- 60.08 mi0.08 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato2 reviews
Al Vino al vino is in one of my favorite Roman neighborhoods, Monti. It doesn't disappoint, with one of the best Roman quality/price ratios I've seen in terms of a wine list. The Ciro' by Librandi casa is only 4 euro and many other wonderful vintages are just as affordable by the glass. The salumi and formaggi plates are great ...Popular withFoodiesBackpackersBudget
- 70.01 mi0.01 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato
In Rome, certain restaurants and pizzerias are "approvato" - approved. A very Italian concept, it means that they are generally accepted to be buono (good), places where you can trust that "se manja bene" (you'll eat well, with a Roman accent). Eating well is the cornerstone of life in Italy and the topic of much conversation and analysis...but why am ...Popular withBudgetBackpackersStudents
- 80.19 mi0.19 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato2 reviews
I'm glad Rick Steve recommended this little restaurant in his book, otherwise I'd never have been able to find it on my own. The food is well above average (of Rome, that is to say, it's pretty damn good) and the prices are reasonable.
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- 100.13 mi0.13 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato1 review
Very good! Excellent pizza in the Monti areaPopular withStudentsVegetarianFoodies
- 110.16 mi0.16 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato1 review
We loved this restaurant serving classic Roman dishes when we first tried it seven years ago. Since then, we have read mixed reviews, but we had no complaints about our lunch. The food was as fresh and tasty as we recalled. The new location is bigger so the place is busier, but service from the chef’s son Aldo was as ...Popular withFoodies
- 120.08 mi0.08 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato1 review
FISH stands for Fine International Sea Food. The menu is a great mix of austrialina and Oriental kitchen. the restaurant is very nice and appealing.
- 130.23 mi0.23 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato1 review
Obviously there is great food all over Rome, but this place is a must go. The service and food is top notch. Vicenzo (operator) is a wonderful man who will make your trip worth coming too. We went 2 times in one week we enjoyed it so much. Things to try, Gnocchi, Carbonara and the lasagna. They usually will give ...Popular withLocalFoodiesBackpackers
- 140.14 mi0.14 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato1 review
This gelateria was a shock. It is right by the Roman Forum on Via Cavour, so I expected it to be overpriced, touristy and lacking in quality - but it is entirely the opposite. This is my favorite gelateria in Rome when I'm looking to spend the average price for a cup of gelato, and I will often go through ...
- 150.23 mi0.23 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato
Grace C. and I walked to Angelino Ai Fori because we were looking for gelato. It's down the street from Flor, a place I had bookmarked but found it closed on the day we went. We found it here at a cafe stand. They also serve coffee here and you can opt for standing room service or sit down service ...Popular withLocalFoodiesBudget
- 160.06 mi0.06 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato1 review
Not the best pizza, but they serve a nice variety of slices and other items, and the workers seem to all be really sweet, old Italian ladies. They even understand a bit of English, and they are happy to help foreigners. The spot is large with both a bar area and seating space. Great place for a quick slice or ...Popular withFoodiesBudget
- 170.85 mi0.85 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato46 reviews
You'd have to be pretty mean-spirited to hate this place, which is the most famous gelato shop in Rome. Is it the best ice cream in the world? No, but it's a local institution and fun for all ages.Popular withFoodiesLocalBudget
- 180.86 mi0.86 mi from La Bottega del Cioccolato19 reviews
One of Rome's classic bars, with some of its most famous caffe. Be sure to try the crema, which is drops of coffee and sugar whipped into a frothy delight and dribbled into your coffee. Sure, it's packed, but worth it.Popular withFoodiesLocalBudget
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