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Trastevere
8 reviews
Owner-chef Cristina Bowerman dishes out “inventive” ‘New Italian’ cuisine to “delight the finest palates” at this “not-to-be-missed” Trastavere venue. — Zagat
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Trastevere
10 reviews
The chef at this modern, bright and fashionable restaurant selects the best Italian ingredients to create innovative dishes based on traditional specialities. — Michelin Guide
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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
11 reviews
An institution in these parts, wood-panelled Armando is a rare find – a genuine family-run trattoria in the touristy Pantheon area. — Lonely Planet
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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
12 reviews
Is it a deli, a wine bar or fully fledged restaurant? Actually it's all three, and you can either just have a glass of wine and some cheese or go for the full menu. — Rough Guide
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Trionfale
9 reviews
Heinz Beck is, without a doubt, the most talented chef in Rome right now. — Time Out
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Testaccio
11 reviews
Checchino is a traditional Roman restaurant originally opened in 1887 by the Mariani family. — Travel + Leisure
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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
7 reviews
At Il Convivio, imposingly formal decor is matched by impeccable, equally formal service....The Troiani brothers turn out perfectly executed dishes. — Concierge
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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
9 reviews
Piperno is known for its carciofi alla giudia (Jewish-style fried whole artichokes) and other Roman specialties like filetti di baccalà (fried cod fish). — Travel + Leisure
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Esquilino
8 reviews
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Campo Marzio
8 reviews
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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
6 reviews
Since this is one of Rome's most popular restaurants (for good reason) don't even think about arriving without a reservation. — Gayot
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Campo Marzio
8 reviews
When it comes to the sacredness of Italian gastronomy, Bologna is a patron saint. Dine on some of the best food in town, out in front, on their cobble stone seating. — BlackBook
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Testaccio
6 reviews
It's all the things you want a real Roman eating experience to be: authentic, in a historic setting, filled with Italians eating good food at good prices. — Fodor's
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Centro
8 reviews
This long-standing family-run restaurant enjoys a memorable setting in a tower on the Tiber’s tiny island. — Lonely Planet
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Ghetto
5 reviews
Though the frescoed dining rooms are lovely, the choice place to dine is outside on the piazza, under the big white umbrellas. — Fodor's
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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
8 reviews
A popular little wine bar, just off Piazza Navona, with an always-busy terrace and narrow, bottle-lined interior. — Lonely Planet
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Trastevere
4 reviews
This family-run restaurant is considered one of the best seafood destinations in Rome. — Frommer's
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Testaccio
4 reviews
Flush at the border of buzzy Testaccio and up-and-coming Ostiense is Porto Fluviale, a multi-venue tribute to la gastronomia romana. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Testaccio
9 reviews
The"tonnarelli cacio e pepe" is a "do not miss" at this long-standing (since 1936) Testaccio trattoria that's also a "good bet" for other "authentic Roman pasta" dishes and more. — Zagat
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Monti
6 reviews
This busy pizzeria conveniently close to the Colosseum has been serving real-deal Roman-style pizza–-super thin and cooked to a crisp–-since the mid-1980s. — Fodor's
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