Flavio Al Velavevodetto

Top 1% of restaurants in Rome
8 / 10

6 expert reviews

“This welcoming eatery is the sort of place that gives Roman trattorias a good name.”

– Lonely Planet

Rough Guide
"This very reasonable Testaccio restaurant serves traditional dishes among ancient pottery chards."
"Flavio’s plain dining room is burrowed out of the side of Rome’s most unusual “hill”—a large mound made from amphorae discarded during the Roman era." Full review
"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." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Guanciale, cacio, and chicory make lots of appearances, and the chefs get bold with meat (oxtail takes many forms, and there's a sublime suckling pig)." Full review
Time Out
"The traditional fare is hearty and onesto – not hugely refined but filling and generally good – the service is friendly in a hurried Roman way, and the atmosphere is buzzy, noisy and young." Full review

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