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  • 41

    Novecento

    2 reviews

    This is one of my favorite restaurants in the city, and it is not far from the Protestant Cemetary and Piramide! After exploring the Aventine or spending a quiet afternoon exploring the cemetery, there's nothing like a nice meal and a glass of wine to make the evening complete. There's always a healthy crowd of locals so you know that ...

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  • 42

    Angelina Ristorante

    2 reviews

    Visit Angelnia in Testaccio - their pasta is fabulous. If you can sit upstairs and enjoy the view of the kitchen, definitely opt for that. Make reservations in advance. I would go back here many times over!

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  • 43

    Pierre Luigi

    2 reviews

    From the moment you get out of your cab at Piazza dé Ricci, you can see that this place oozes character. The chief concierge at the Hotel Hassler originally put me on to this place and I've been heading back on every subsequent visit to Rome. The restaurant has been serving excellent, fresh fish dishes and meat-dominated Roman classics since ...

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  • 44

    Dar Poeta

    4 reviews

    Everyone's favorite pizza spot. That's why we made it our first stop as soon as we arrived. It was as delicious and tasty as people made it out to be-- but beware, it was also full of tourists. Ask them for recs on what pizza to get, but if they don't have any (which was the case for us), just ...

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  • 45

    Da Enzo al 29

    3 reviews

    We love this tiny place in Trastevere, with its changing menu, and simple dishes like polpette (meatballs) or pasta with x. This is also a good spot to try the so-called quinta quarta (the fifth fourth) the Roman name for its traditional offal dishes like tripe.

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  • 46

    La Focaccia

    3 reviews

    Wonderful ristorante with amazing mushroom pizza in front of the Santa Maria della Pace. Highly recommend their al fresco dining. Simply the best of a lot of good choices.

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  • 47

    Antica Birreria Peroni

    2 reviews

    wonderful restaurant tucked away off the Via del Corso. Does amazing fettucini and steaks and sausages (served 'Roman style') of all sorts. Especially enjoyed the ox. Good bread as well and, of course, peroni beer.

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  • 48

    Panella

    2 reviews

    Delicious! Panella is dedicated to the art of fine bread making, so naturally, their store is filled with savory and sweet delights. I ordered a slice of pizza (zucchini flowers and anchovies, from what I can remember) and a piece of supplì (fried risotto balls similar to arancini di riso). The total was 6,70€. Not too shabby, given that the ...

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  • 49

    Roscioli

    2 reviews

    Somewhere between a tavola calda, deli, and restaurant, Roscioli rocks some of the best cured meats, buffalo and other mozzarella this side of the Tiber. The lunch and wine list are both wonderful, and while the prices are not cheap, it's definitely worth a splurge.

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  • 50

    Ristorante Tram Tram Snc Di Fabiola Di Vittorio

    2 reviews

    Really great Roman food. This is a tiny place, lots of Romans come here, and you won't pay over 10 euro for a plate of pasta. I ate here after a long walk from a wine bar near Termini, and so was absolutely ravenous. There were no disappointments. The decor is a bit grandma's house. Order anything and feel good ...

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  • 51

    Obikà Mozzarella Bar

    This place is a great way to sample the variety of mozzarella that Italy has to offer. The burrata (mozzarella filled with cream, basically) will induce tears of joy. Keep in mind that the lure of this place is as an introduction to various types of mozzarella. To take it to the next level, you should then search out shops ...

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  • 52

    L'Enoteca Cul de Sac

    4 reviews

    This is a modern little place close to Piazza Navona where you can order lovely cheeses and meats a la carte. The wine list is phenomenal as well. Chic and modern, but very Italian.

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  • 53

    La Pergola

    This is one of Rome's Michelin starred restaurants and the only one with three stars. It is in the luxurious Hilton Cavaleri hotel sitting high on a hill surrounded by a green park with magnificent views of Rome below. The setting is as opulent as expected for a fine dining restaurant with art treasures in and around the dining rooms. ...

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  • 54

    Gelarmony Gelateria Siciliana

    Nice assortment of flavors, and the gelato is pretty good. Not usually a fan of the panna, but theirs is pretty good. One of my favorite places to grab a coppetta in Rome!

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  • 55

    Da Gino

    2 reviews

    Excellent trattoria. Great food, wonderful wines, but it was the most expensive restaurant of our trip by far. Having said that we still went back for a second visit on our last evening.

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  • 56

    La Matricianella

    2 reviews

    Exceptionally good bucatini alla'amatriciana. This is their specialty and is the thing to get. Atmosphere is good but service a little rough. If the weather is nice, sit outside.

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  • 57

    La Trattoria degli Amici

    4 reviews

    Really nice atmosphere and hard to argue with the social mission of the place. But the food is uneven. First course was excellent, pasta average, meat unremarkable, tiramisu excellent. But ymmv.

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  • 58

    Da Augusto

    Tucked away in one of Trastevere's more obscure piazzas, Da Augusto offers authentic Roman food for absurdly low prices. Go early (in Italy this means 7 or 7:30), as they don't take reservations and otherwise you may wait quite a while. The service is typical down-home Roman: expect a paper tablecloth and a pile of silverware thrown into the middle ...

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  • 59

    La Gelateria Frigidarium

    2 reviews

    Not quite up there with the best in the city, but it pulls its weight. Very good gelato that you can have dipped in dark or white chocolate if you please.

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  • 60

    Il Convivio Troiani

    3 reviews

    This restaurant is hard to find as it is located on a small side street that cars cannot get down. But the effort to find the restaurant is rewarded by fine dining in an elegant formal setting.

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