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  • 1

    Giolitti - Centro Storico

    45 reviews

    Despite being a tourist trap, this is truly some of the best gelato in Rome. Trust me... I tired almost all of them. I usually prefer the gelato that is served covered up, but the flavors here are incredible. Make sure you step up to the front and yell your order or you could be there all day.

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    Caffè Sant'Eustachio

    19 reviews

    Best tasting coffee in the world, bar none. Secret recipe and all it is made behind a partition all to frothy and percolated perfection. The space itself is very basic, so cozy up to the bar with the locals and have it standing up like a real Roman.

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  • 3

    Il Gelato di San Crispino - Trevi Fountain

    This gelateria near the Trevi Fountain is frequently rated one of the best in Rome. You can only order cups, there are no cones because they cannot quality control the cones. I had lemon and grapefruit—fantastic! The flavours were pure.

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    Old Bridge Gelateria

    While Giolitti is closer to the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps, Old Bridge is by far my favorite gelaterie in Rome. Close to the Vatican, Old Bridge does a hazelnut (nocciola) and rice (riso) gelato that will make you want to move to Rome.

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  • 5

    Forno Campo de' Fiori

    12 reviews

    The Forno is one of the best places to get a fresh panino or slice of pizza on the go. The food is delicious and inexpensive, so it's perfect for a quick bite at lunchtime.

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  • 6

    Bar Pompi

    Best tiramisu I ever had. Better fresh, so eat within the hour! Long line of locals, and close to the Spanish Steps and lots of shopping. Recommended

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    Trattoria Monti


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    10 reviews

    Best Pizza we had in Rome. Place is packed with locals, real close to via del Corso.

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  • 9

    Trattoria Cacio e Pepe

    8 reviews

    The name says it all. Come to trattoria cacio e pepe to try the eponymous pasta, spaghetti covered in cheese and black pepper, an example of the simple genius of traditional Roman food.

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  • 10

    Pizzeria la Montecarlo

    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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  • 11

    Il Forno Roscioli

    Great bakery, everything is delicious.

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  • 12

    Felice a Testaccio

    Amazingly good cacio e pepe in a quaint residential neighborhood. Reservations are an absolute must. This place is an institution in Rome and considered by many to be the best cacio e pepe in town.

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  • 13

    Palazzo del Freddo di Giovanni Fassi

    Palazzo del Freddo di Giovanni Fassi (or just Fassi, as everyone I know seems to call it), calls itself Rome's oldest gelateria. Of all the gelato places I've visited, it certainly has the oldest feel. It resembles a giant cafeteria, a square with loads of people lined up to place an order. Not the most fun. Even Giolitti in the ...

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  • 14

    Ciuri Ciuri

    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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    La Taverna del Ghetto

    6 reviews


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  • 16

    Obikà Mozzarella Bar

    OBIKA’ is located in piazza campo dè fiori and is a mozzarella bar I love this place because you can eat good selections of bufala’s mozzarella (mozzarella made with a particolar milk coming from buffalo milk). There are many kind as the sweet one, the salted one or the smoky one and all of them come out with great Italian ...

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  • 17

    Pizzeria Florida

    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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  • 18

    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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  • 19

    Filetti di Baccala

    5 reviews

    The small restaurant specializes in cod (baccalà), a specialty of the region. Head to the back and order a filet of fried cod for 4,50 euro to take away (it is 5 euro if you want a table). Very tasty. The frying method they use gives the fish a light taste. Highly recommend if you are in the area.

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  • 20

    Cristalli di Zucchero

    I cannot stress enough how much this place is pure, sweet heavenly heaven. Every single thing offered here, from the most simple cookie to the divine thick hot chocolate to the many cakes on offer is simply going to knock you over with how good it is. They are artists of dessert. This is my guilty pleasure when I'm in ...

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