Travel to Italy | Rome Guide to the New Best Restaurants

By | 3 September, 2009

" Stop Checking the Map! Italytravelista said yummy Restaurants in Rome are There!"

" Stop Checking the Map! Italytravelista said yummy Restaurants in Rome are There!"

Eating out in Rome is a real treat and one the Eternal City’s great pleasure. Rome offers a wide range of restaurants to please any palate and satisfy any appetite. Over the last few years new fine dining restaurants, run by young and creative people, have sprang up in Rome serving up a range of innovative takes on Italian and Roman traditional dishes in warm and friendly atmosphere making these places an ideal venue for a relaxed lunch or an intimate dinner. These slow food restaurants in Rome are less formal and more focused on seasonal dishes, local and fresh ingredients, knowledgeable but small wine lists, attentive but discreet service, and quality at affordable price. These new Rome slow food restaurants are usually small restaurants located across Rome and no longer tied to the historical Rome center (Centro Storico).

When in Rome Settembrini in Prati is a Great Choice

When in Rome Settembrini in Prati is a Great Choice

This is ItalyTravelista very personal short list of new and off the beaten path Rome delicious and elegant restaurants that you should try when in Rome between touring the Vatican Museums and a visiting the Borghese Gallery.

PRIMO | Via del Pigneto 46 | Price: € 40 |

Best Bets| Minitapas | Linguine with baccalà (salted cod) & red Pepper |


SETTEMBRINI | Via L. Settembrini 25 | Price: € 50 |

Best Bets| Mussels & Beans Soup | Lamb with Aubergine Parmigiana | Fresh Seafood |


GLASS HOSTARIA | Vicolo del Cinque 58 | Price: € 50 |

Best Bets| Risotto with Shitake Mushrooms | Lamb | Crab Stuffed Ravioli |


IOLANDA | Via del Fontanile Arenato 155 | Price: € 55 |

Best Bets| Cacio e Pepe meets Matriciana | Suckling Pig |


ROSCIOLI| Via dei Giubbonari 21| Price: € 50 |

Best Bets| Rigatoni Carbonara | Prosciutto Ham | Cheese Plate |


LE TRE ZUCCHE | Via G. Mengarini 43 | Price: € 40 |

Best Bets| 3 Ways Baccalà | Stracotto Lasagna | Spaghetti with Shrimps |


OSTERIA LA GENSOLA | Piazza della Gensola 15 | Price: € 45 |

Best Bets| Seafood | Rigatoni Matriciana | Beef Tagliata |


DA FERNANDA | Via E. Rolli 1 | Price: € 40 |

Best Bets| Mozzarella Cheese & Shrimps | Chicken with Black Olives | Salmon with Black Rice |


ALCHEMILLA | Via San Giovanni in Laterano 220 | Price: € 40 |

Best Bets| Menu Changes Weekly


ANTICA OSTERIA L’INCANNUCCIATA | Via della Giustiniana 5 (Prima Porta) | Price: € 40 |

Best Bets| Risotto | Ravioli with Porcini | Lamb |


Enjoy your Roman Holidays and enjoy the best roman restaurants and Italian delicious food! Did I miss anything? Do you want to share with us any Rome’s tip or insight? Please write us your comment and we will be happy to post it!

Ciao from Rome:-)


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Great Restaurants in Rome | When in Rome Enjoy Great Italian Food

Great Restaurants in Rome | When in Rome Enjoy Great Italian Food