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Your favourite Rome restaurant?

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1. Posted by bentivogli (Travel Guru 2398 posts) 7y

I'll be in Rome for a few days this April. I'd love to hear about your favourite restaurants there.

best,
Niels

2. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 7y

Dang... we went twice to this great restaurant in that section down from the Spanish steps. Great pasta and wine and entrées, but I have NO idea what the name is...Er... the waiter was really hefty and the place was decorated with pasta containers and wine bottles..???

3. Posted by Cool Paul (Travel Guru 611 posts) 7y

I wish I could add something but I've never been to italy. I have this fear that if I go I may actually eat until I die.

4. Posted by LoreleiLee (Budding Member 70 posts) 7y

One of the most amazing resturants I have ever eaten in EVER was one by The Pantheon it was down a little side street to the left of it. It was really cheap too. Although I cant remeber the name of it either It ice cream was amazing though!!!

5. Posted by Doris77 (Budding Member 3 posts) 7y

My favorite restaurants in Rome -

La Carbonara (via panisperna)
Ditirambo (campo di fiori area)
Al Montecarlo (vicolo savelli)
The Library (vicolo della cancelleria
Cul de Sac (piazza pasquino)
Via Tirso (via tirso)
Grazie Deledda
Il Peperoncino (San Paolo area)
Dar Poeta (campo di fiori area)
Paris (Piazza San Callisto)
Bir and Fud (Piazza della Milva)
Da Sisto (PIazza Trilussa)

6. Posted by bentivogli (Travel Guru 2398 posts) 7y

Wonderful, thanks Doris. Which is the number one in your list (I only have 2 nights)?

btw, your favourite Umbria restaurant (esp. Terni region) is also much appreciated.

best,
Niels

7. Posted by Doris77 (Budding Member 3 posts) 7y

Hello again, as for my list I would say: La Carbonara!!!

In Umbria.. the only place I know and LOVE is I Capricci di Merion - it's a small and intimate hotel with a stunning restaurant (open to the public) - there's a person there who plays the HARP while you dine...

http://www.capriccidimerion.it/eng/