7 expert reviews
“La Campana serves all the local classics you might expect in a historic location, with a special focus on fresh pastas and grilled lamb.”
– Rough Guide
"La Campana claims to be the oldest restaurant in Rome, and you'll believe it when you see the venerable waiters."
"“One of Rome’s oldest restaurants”, this “classic trattoria” near Piazza Navona is often “filled with Italians” who come for “simple but tasty” Roman fare." Full review
"A historic trattoria, this is Rome’s oldest, established in 1518. Its exterior, though somewhat unpromising, camouflages a gem inside."
"A classic city restaurant, a trattoria with loyal regulars; informal service, tables close together and traditional Roman cuisine. "." Full review
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"Thought to be the oldest restaurant in Rome (a document dates it back to 1518), La Campana remains a favorite of both locals and visitors." Full review