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Antico Arco

Italian 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This "upscale" Italian's "innovative", "refined" fare and "magic location" on Gianicolo Hill make it "well worth" the trip. — Zagat

A top pick for elevated, modern-Italian cuisine served in a contemporary space, this elegant but still friendly restaurant has a well-priced multi-course tasting menu ideal for special occasions. — Condé Nast Traveler

The menu changes according to the season, but even in winter, lightness is a key word, with plenty of vegetables and herbs. — concierge.com

Founded by three friends with a passion for wine and fine food (the team leader is Patrizia Mattei), Antico Arco attracts foodies from Rome and beyond with its refined culinary inventiveness. — Fodor's

A January 2007 refit has given the Antico Arco a smart new interior, minimalist but warm, and the cuisine has perked up, too, after a period of stasis. — Time Out

Il pagliaccio

Italian 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

“Extremely creative” fare highlighting “interesting combinations of flavors” is both “beautifully prepared and delicious” at this white-tablecloth Campo dei Fiori Mediterranean. — Zagat

Cutting-edge Italian fusion cuisine has already hooked a crowd of regulars. — concierge.com

As a result, prices here are fairly exorbitant, but dishes like pasta bundles filled with onion, tapioca, and red currants in a saffron broth; or duck with black salsify, caramelized pear, and chocolate sauce are well worth it. — Fodor's

A light makeover in 2006 upped the warmth and intimacy factors and did away with those uncomfortable chairs, allowing diners to focus more clearly on the sheer bravura of Genovese's cuisine. — Time Out

This restaurant is a breath of modernity in the heart of Renaissance Rome. It is constantly on the lookout for new products, creating innovative dishes from traditional favourites. — Michelin Guide

La Pergola

Italian 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lobster is oh-so-lightly poached, and fish is cooked perfectly, including the delicious black cod with a celery sauce and curry crust. — Fodor's

Many Roman food critics call this the best restaurant in the city. — Frommer's

Believe it or not, a German chef, Heinz Beck, is the heart and soul of what is unanimously considered to be the best restaurant in Rome. — concierge.com

Among Beck's specialties: duck foie gras with apple, almond and amaretti, liquorice crusted John Dory on almond cream with lemon shrimp and simple but sublime pastas. — Gayot

Chef Heinz Beck helms Italy's only three-Michelin-Star restaurant, considered by many to be Rome's very best. — Travel + Leisure

Il Convivio Troiani

Italian 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This elegant restaurant is in the heart of the historic centre. Amid a decor of frescoes, paintings and modern minimalism, enjoy quintessential Italian cuisine. — Michelin Guide

The three Troiani brothers run a high-class act in this temple of foodie excellence just north of piazza Navona. — Time Out

Equal emphasis is placed on vegetables, fish and meat, always combined with the unexpected. — Insight Guides

This is one of the most acclaimed restaurants in Rome -- and one of the very few to have a coveted Michelin star. — Frommer's

The three Troiani brothers... have quietly been redefining the experience of Italian eclectic alta cucina (haute cuisine) for many years. — Fodor's

Trattoria Monti

Italian 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Camerucci family runs this elegant brick-arched place, proffering top-notch traditional cooking from the Marches region. — Lonely Planet

Reservations are certainly needed at this brightly lit, 12-table trattoria located one block from the Piazza Vittorio. — Travel + Leisure

“Consistently good”, “authentic” fare from the Le Marche region, including “delicious” “homemade pastas." — Zagat

The warm welcome and commitment to value for money are reassuringly true to the name. — concierge.com

Small, family-run restaurant that specializes in the cuisine of the Marche region, which means hearty food from a short menu. — Rough Guide

Glass Hostaria

Italian 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Situated in the heart of Trastevere, this restaurant boasts an ultra-modern design with an interesting play of light and a slightly unsettling atmosphere. — Michelin Guide

Trastevere’s foremost foodie address, the Glass is a modernist-styled, sophisticated setting with cooking to match. — Lonely Planet

Her cooking is as innovative as the building she works in‰ÛÓwhich has received numerous recognitions for its architecture and design since opening in 2004‰ÛÓbut Bowerman still abides by some cardinal Italian kitchen rules, such as the use of fresh, local, and seasonal ingredients. — Fodor's

Some of our favorite bite-downs include gnocchi made with red turnips and served with pecorino, crisp anchovies, and tuna. — Frommer's

Chef Cristina Bowerman spent 14 years in Austin, Texas, before returning to Rome and earning a Michelin star at the high-flying Glass, whose menu is a bible of surprising combinations. — Condé Nast Traveler

Checchino Dal 1887

Italian 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The place for an authentic old-time family atmosphere, plus Roman cuisine of the offal variety. — Insight Guides

A pig’s whisker from the city’s former slaughterhouse, Checchino is one of the grander restaurants specialising in the quinto quarto (fifth quarter – or insides of the animal). — Lonely Planet

Checchino dal 1887 specializes in traditional cucina romana, using the quarto quinto (offal). — DK Eyewitness

Checchino is a traditional Roman restaurant originally opened in 1887 by the Mariani family. — Travel + Leisure

This century-old, family-owned trattoria adjoins Monte Testaccio, an imposing mound of pottery shards piled up over 500 years by Roman slaves. — Gayot

Colline Emiliane

Italian 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Just a stone's throw from Piazza Barberini, this simple, friendly, family-run restaurant has just a few tables arranged close together. — Michelin Guide

“Delicioso!” proclaim fans of this “small”, family-owned Emilian “on a little side street” near the Trevi Fountain. — Zagat

Quiet and elegant, Colline Emiliane is a family trattoria on an unlikely street. It’s reputed for its excellent food and wine originating from the gourmet’s region of Emilia-Romagna. — DK Eyewitness

Many Italians consider the cuisine of the Emilia Romagna region to be the country's best. Try it for yourself, lovingly prepared by a family, oddly enough, from the Marche region. — Rough Guide

Serving the classica cucina bolognese, Colline Emiliane is a small, family-run place -- the owner is the cook, and his wife makes the pasta (about the best you'll find in Rome). — Frommer's

Palatium

Italian 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Though it's backed by the regional government, this new wine bar and restaurant deep in the fashion district is more than just a PR exercise. — Time Out

A modern enoteca with whitewashed walls and exposed brick, Palatium is a showcase for the food and wine of Lazio: it’s operated by the regional tourism authority. — Travel + Leisure

Cool and sleek, this wine bar-cum-restaurant celebrates the produce of the Lazio region and Rome, with a menu of regional specialities and a long list of Lazio wines. — Rough Guide

This wine bar and restaurant is just a short walk from the Spanish Steps in one of the nearby fashion-forward streets, but it's unique for the fact that it's owned and operated by the... — Fodor's

Eat downstairs at one of the tables that crowd around the bar, or in the coolly minimalist upstairs room. — concierge.com

Pizzarium Bonci

Italian 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A gourmet revelation masquerading as an unassuming takeaway, hard-to-find Pizzarium serves some of Rome's best sliced pizza. — Lonely Planet

Top Roman baker Gabriele Bonci is the man behind this tiny, hole-in-the-wall pizza mecca that sits in a slightly out-of-the-way location just west of the Vatican. — Condé Nast Traveler

Undoubtedly Rome's best pizza-by-the-slice joint where celebrity baker Gabriele Bonci uses top-notch ingredients to create creativaly topped pies like rabbit and raisin or trippa alla romana. — Rough Guide

Head for this gourmet carry-out pizza joint, which stands in a rather downmarket residential street not far from the Vatican Museums. — Time Out

The fresh, organic toppings include treats like wild asparagus; pesto and eggplant; and buffalo mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, and anchovies. — concierge.com

Piperno

Italian 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

“Worth it just for the carciofi alla giudia” say enthusiasts of this Roman “favorite” in The Ghetto known for its “excellent” if “expensive” “classic” Jewish specialties. — Zagat

This historic restaurant is tucked away in a quiet corner of the Jewish Ghetto. — Lonely Planet

Tucked away on this tiny piazza, there's perhaps no more atmospheric place to sample Roman food. — Rough Guide

This longtime favorite... celebrates the Jerusalem artichoke... by incorporating it into a number of recipes. — Frommer's

A restaurant has been here since the mid-1800s, though the original Piperno is long gone. — DK Eyewitness

Roscioli

Delis 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Foodies flock to this specialty food and wine shop-cum-restaurant. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

Off-the-track branch of this splendid deli-bakery-pizzeria, with delish pizza al taglio , pasta dishes and other goodies that make it ideal for a swift lunch or picnic stock-up. — Lonely Planet

More like a Caravaggio painting than a place of business, this food shop and wine bar is dark and decadent. — Fodor's

Although quite a few Roman wine shops are in the habit of laying out tables for lunch and (sometimes) dinner, Roscioli is the first of the city's butchers to do so. — Time Out

Imago at the Hassler

International 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Even in a city of great views, the panoramas from the Hassler Hotel’s Michelin-starred romantic rooftop restaurant are special. — Lonely Planet

“A stunning view over Rome from the top of the Spanish steps” serves as backdrop to the “interesting, creative dishes” at this “elegant” International-Italian. — Zagat

Great food and a sweeping panorama of Ancient Rome lure patrons to the sixth floor of this deluxe hotel on the Spanish Steps. — Frommer's

Excellence is at the forefront of everything at Imàgo, the Michelin-starred restaurant inside the legendary Hotel Hassler, and it's all a memorable ode to the international travels of... — Fodor's

On the top floor of Hotel Hassler Roma, this restaurant overlooks the Spanish Steps, with a bird’s-eye view of the roofs of old Rome. — DK Eyewitness

Tram Tram

Italian 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The name refers to its proximity to the tram tracks, but could also describe its size, as it's narrow-narrow and often stuffed to the rafters-rafters. — Fodor's

Tram Tram is a boisterous, fun place to eat, far from the tourist trail. — DK Eyewitness

A grungy location but a cosy spot, this trendy, animated San Lorenzo restaurant servas Pugliese pasta dishes, fish and seafood and unusual salads. — Rough Guide

Around the Basilica of San Lorenzo, this is a Roman dining oddity, an address rarely frequented by visitors but beloved by locals. — Frommer's

Taking its name from its proximity to the tram tracks, this good-value nuova trattoria in San Lorenzo attracts a young crowd. — Time Out

Open Colonna

Italian 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Spectacularly set at the back of Palazzo delle Esposizioni, superchef Antonello Colonna’s superb restaurant is tucked onto a mezzanine floor under an extraordinary glass roof. — Lonely Planet

This open-plan, glass-walled restaurant is within the imposing Palazzo delle Esposizioni. — Michelin Guide

Housed inside the Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome’s largest interdisciplinary exhibition center), Open Colonna itself is a work of modern art. — Travel + Leisure

The top floor of the newly refurbished Palazzo delle Esposizioni is the domain of big-shot Italian chef Antonello Colonna. — Rough Guide

Chef Antonello Colonna’s “creative” menu of Italian Haute Cuisine shines at this “lovely” spot atop the Palazzo delle Esposizioni. — Zagat

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