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Agata e Romeo

Restaurants & cafés

If we had a couple of hundred euros to blow on a knockout meal for two with a decent bottle of wine, we'd be very tempted to blow it here. 'Agata' is Agata...

Via Carlo Alberto 45

Al Presidente

Restaurants & cafés

This born-again family restaurant under the towering walls of the Quirinal palace is one of the few really reliable addresses in the menu turistico...

Via in Arcione 94-95

Alberto Ciarla

Restaurants & cafés

The reputation of this restaurant is stuck in the same 1960s time warp as the decor. But Alberto Ciarla is still one of Rome's best fish restaurants - and a...

Piazza San Cosimato 40

Antico Arco

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

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. On a...

Piazzale Aurelio 7


Restaurants & cafés

Don Alfonso (in Sant'Agata dei due Golfi, on the Amalfi Coast), with its two Michelin stars, is one of Italy's great gourmet stopovers, and this is its...

Via Ulisse Aldrovandi 15

Checchino dal 1887

Restaurants & cafés

Nestling among the trendy bars and clubs opposite Testaccio's former slaughterhouse (Il Mattatoio), the Mariani family's historic restaurant is Rome's...

Via di Monte Testaccio 30

Il Convivio Troiani

Restaurants & cafés

The three Troiani brothers run a high-class act in this temple of foodie excellence just north of piazza Navona, and seem entirely unfazed by the proximity...

Vicolo dei Soldati 31

Il Pagliaccio

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Though prices have climbed recently - prompted, perhaps, by Pagliaccio's first Michelin star, in the 2007 edition of the guide - Anthony Genovese's centro...

Via dei Banchi Vecchi 129


Restaurants & cafés

The mood is that of an elegant trattoria: wood panelling below tobacco-coloured walls, linen tablecloths, proper wine glasses and a soft jazz soundtrack....

Via GG Belli 59-61


Restaurants & cafés

If there were a prize for the oddest Roman gourmet restaurant location, L'Ortica would win it. To get there, head north across the unrepentantly Fascist...

Via Flaminia Vecchia 573L