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  • 21

    Old Bridge Gelateria

    This place is AMAZING!! Right before heading into St. Peters Square stop and enjoy a gelato from here. The shop is tucked away right beside the walls of the Vatican. It's the best in all of Rome! It's cheap as well. If there's a line stay... It goes fast and I promise it's worth it! The ones that have fruit ...

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  • 22

    Forno Campo de' Fiori

    4.5
    12 reviews

    This is literally the best place to get pizza- my dad used to go there as a kid! So fresh, and they have fresh Amalfi lemon soda

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  • 23

    Trattoria Monti

    One of those trattorie that's been around forever, and still does it well. Trattoria Monti serves food from the Marche, on Italy's Adriatic Coast, and does it with simple aplomb.

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  • 24

    Pizzeria la Montecarlo

    4.5
    6 reviews

    We like the pizza at Montecarlo, although the place has got touristy since 2008 or so. It's on our list of traditional Roman food for its excellent carbonara, one of Rome's flagship pastas.

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  • 25

    Il Forno Roscioli

    Yeah, I'm going to say it: this place has the best pizza in Rome and some of the most delicious pizza in the world! I am a pizza MONSTER and I am very discriminating when it comes to my pies, so this review is truly as good as it gets for a pizza joint. I found this place on an ...

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  • 26

    Ciuri Ciuri

    5
    5 reviews

    I had the pistacchio gelato, my tester flavor to gauge the quality of a gelateria, and Ciuri Ciuri passed with two gold stars. It had rich nutty flavor, and a bit of nut crunch. But right now I want to go back (a long haul from San Francisco) and try a coffee granita. I'll have to save it for the ...

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  • 27

    La Taverna del Ghetto

    4
    6 reviews

    Roman Jewish food is practically its own delicious cuisine. Try the pork-free carbonara with bresaola, carciofi alla giuda, and many more dishes typical of the city's historic Jewish population.

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  • 28

    Obikà Mozzarella Bar

    A very stylish place in the center of Rome, very close to the Piazza Navona. Try different types of Mozarelle (for example, a smoked one) and have a nice glass of wine. I can totally recommend a visit.

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  • 29

    Pizzeria Florida

    4.5
    5 reviews

    Some of Rome's best pizza al taglio is at Pizzeria Florida. An added bonus is its central location on Largo Argentina, perfect for grabbing a trancio (slice) while you're in transit. And, since you control the size of the slice, you have added control on the price!

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  • 30

    Osteria dell'Angelo

    The food of poor people is surprisingly good, especially when those poor people are Italian. What was born of necessity has endured because it's delicious, and Osteria dell'Angelo in Prati serves up wonderful classics like beans with rosemary and trippa alla romana, among many others.

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  • 31

    Filetti di Baccala

    4.5
    5 reviews

    On the trail of typical Roman cuisine, Filetti di Baccala will tick a couple essential boxes: baccala or fried salt cod, and, in season, puntarelle, the spring green served with an anchovy sauce - trust us, it's great. Filetti di Baccala also ticks that other time-honored Italian box of "si mangia bene e si spende poco" (you eat well and ...

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  • 32

    Cristalli di Zucchero

    Adjacent to a farmers’ market just off the Circus Maximus is a pretty-in-pink pasticceria where Parisian-style tartlets are made with regional ingredients like apricots and pistachios. Order the flaky ricotta-and-chocolate-filled Romanella at the counter with an espresso—then get another one to go.

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  • 33

    Er Buchetto

    5
    4 reviews

    If a sandwich filled with herby, melt-in-your-mouth pork is up your alley, here's your spot for lunch. Er Buchetto is known for its excellent porchetta, a slow roasted entire pig with all the bones removed, so it can be easily sliced when cooked.

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  • 34

    Pizzarium

    5
    4 reviews

    I read about Pizzarium on a Rome foodie app so I ventured out on a trek to find it. This place is on the outskirts of the tourist section of Rome so if you are fearful or don't have a sense of adventure, this place isn't for you. The surrounding neighborhood appeared to be a bit sketchy at night, just ...

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  • 35

    Flavio al Velavevodetto

    Come here to try Rome's classic pastas, the amatriciana, cacio e pepe, and carbonara. Located in Testaccio, where you'll find plenty of typical Roman fare, Flavio's is a favorite of our users.

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  • 36

    Giggetto al Portico d'Ottavia

    Yes, its in all of the guide books, but there is a reason - Giggetto serves hands down the best traditional Jewish-Roman food around. Not to miss are their famous fried artichokes, puntarelle salad, and animelle in bianco (sweetbreads) - they are heavenly. Go for lunch when the weather is nice and sit outside to soak up Rome!

  • 37

    Il Margutta RistorArte Vegetariani dal 1979

    5
    4 reviews

    An institution in Rome's tiny vegetarian scene, Il Margutta RistorArte features seasonal set menus with primi, secondi and contorni at different price points...and even one for vegans.

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  • 38

    Dar Moschino

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Rome's Garbatella neighborhood is a little secret, tucked behind Ostiense station and filled with little, rounded houses built in the '30s. Dar Moschino is a perfect Roman trattoria, complete with delicious, simple food and brusque waiters.

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  • 39

    Taverna Le Coppelle

    I met my friend R.V., a Roman for many years (though he prefers to be known as a Florentine), in front of Bassetti Tessuti, Rome's largest fabric store. He was going to take me to his favorite pizzeria, nearby. Hm. Where was it exactly. We walked a few blocks and "Ah, here it is." I ordered a bianco (no tomato ...

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  • 40

    Antico Caffè Greco

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Yes, it's hideously touristy but both the place and the location are so steeped in history that it's a must-visit at least once. Stendhal, Goethe, Byron, Franz Liszt, Keats, Henrik Ibsen, Hans Christian Andersen and Felix Mendelssohn are amongst the historical figures who've previously taken tea and cake here. It's not the oldest place of its kind in Italy, that ...

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