Places to Eat in Rome

Places to Eat in Rome

Places to Eat in Rome

Not just about the taste

The places to eat in Rome Italy are vast, but it is not just about the taste of the delicious food choices in this romantic city that is so enticing. The experience of the sights and sounds are also part of what makes the places to eat in Rome a truly unique experience.

TODAY Show: Carson Daly and Siri Pinter make a Father's Day meal with grilled steak and squash gratin. -- June 18, 2015

TODAY Show: Carson Daly and Siri Pinter make a Father’s Day meal with grilled steak and squash gratin. — June 18, 2015

So Many Choices

There are so many choices to eat in the heart of the city, but there are also many hidden treasure off the beaten path. Let’s take a look at some places to in Rome


Arcangelo Dandini is a well-known and loved chef in the local area and he is known to take fresh, seasonal ingredients to create an amazing classic Roman dish that will please everyone. Family inspired recipes are delivered to your table. Potato gnocchi is one the chef’s famous dishes as well as stewed tripe made with fresh tomatoes and mint. His braised oxtail has a special ingredient, cocoa, which is enjoyed by many visitors.


Litro is a bar and café that serves mainly cold dishes like bruschetta, cheese plates and salads. Their wine list is extensive and always changing. The unique thing about this establishment is that, unlike other local establishment, they do not close their doors at mid-day.

Armando al Pantheon

This restaurant has been features in many travel magazines around the world and their food rating is off the charts.

The dishes are simple, yet elegant and delicious. To get a table at this establishment, reservations need to be made well in advance. Once in, order every course and see for yourself why this has been a Roman favorite for fifty years.

La Gensola


This restaurant focuses on serving fresh seafood with a Sicilian slant to their guests. Some of the dishes that they are known for include, but not limited to, is tuna tartare, and linguine with fresh anchovies and divine zuccherini (tiny fish) served with fresh mint. They are opened for lunch (12:30 to 3pm) and dinner (7:30 to 11:30 pm)

L’Asino d’Oro

This eatery is a uniquely special place to dine because the chefs are innovative and will put something spectacular on the plate such as lamb meatball with blue cheese and pears.

Osteria Bonelli

This neighborhood restaurant post their daily specials on a portable chalkboard. The majority of the dishes at this establishment are rooted in “peasant” Roman fare. You will find such dishes as stewed tripe and horse skirt steaks. Fish is sure to found on the menu on Fridays as well as fresh delicious vegetables that Romans have long believed to be a great addition to a healthy digestive system.


You may be getting tired of Italian fare and seeking something a bit different such as Mesob’s, an affordable Ethiopian restaurant.

Many of the recipes are family inspired reproductions, especially their vegetable stews that are traditionally flavored and perfectly spiced. Every stew dish is served with injena special Ethiopian bread) that is used to consume the stew (which is traditionally eaten without utensils). In addition to their famous stews, this restaurant also serves meat dished and a wide array of vegan dishes.

Don’t Forget Dessert

Many of these fine establishments mentioned above serve amazing desserts, so make sure you save a bit of room after your meal to enjoy a delicious homemade dessert.


Rome is one of the hottest travel destinations in the world, and it perhaps always will be. It’s a huge part of the modern creation story, so to speak, and a lot of people are interested in Rome. It really is a beautiful place, and so are all of the surrounding cities that people could visit. The landscaping is beautiful.

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