Best cacio and pepe (and other pasta) in Rome?

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1. Posted by RosoY (Budding Member 5 posts) 7w Star this if you like it!

Hi all, i'm wondering where to find the best cacio and pepe and other pasta dishes in Rome...

Tripadvisor's first result is the conveniently named Cacio e Pepe restaurant, also recommended by Lonely Planet as well, but it has a 3.5 average grade on TripAdvisor, so I'm not entirely convinced... The alternative is Felice a Testaccio, a restaurant that this website Taste Atlas has as its top pick for Cacio e Pepe...

Any firsthand experiences about the best place for Cacio and Pepe? And what about other traditional Italian foods? Would really like to hear some suggestions

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

2. Posted by Beausoleil (Travel Guru 1050 posts) 7w Star this if you like it!

Felice a Testaccio might be fun simply because they mix it at the table. A little drama always helps!

Seriously, no one can tell you the "best" pasta restaurant in Rome because no one has eaten at all the restaurants in Rome to compare them. Looking for reviews online and asking here are good ideas to get suggestions of places people have enjoyed but the most fun is getting out there and doing some comparing yourself.

We've never had bad pasta in Italy and I don't know if we're lucky or they just know how to make pasta. It's something we count on though. Enjoy your trip.

3. Posted by Nathanlegg (Budding Member 5 posts) 7w 1 Star this if you like it!

RosoY, my supplier from Italy sent me this article last week, and it's very helpful for me and for my clients. It's a link that highlights some of the true authentic pasta places within Rome. I hope you're able to find these and enjoy what they have to offer:

https://www.bloomberg.com/features/2019-rome-best-pasta/?fbclid=IwAR3TSVpd2LDHXoGU-7gAc68Y21HBxosW6OiOVfocfDmAjhM3YaaxXmXIYW4

Cheers!

4. Posted by RosoY (Budding Member 5 posts) 7w Star this if you like it!

Quoting Beausoleil

Felice a Testaccio might be fun simply because they mix it at the table. A little drama always helps!

Seriously, no one can tell you the "best" pasta restaurant in Rome because no one has eaten at all the restaurants in Rome to compare them. Looking for reviews online and asking here are good ideas to get suggestions of places people have enjoyed but the most fun is getting out there and doing some comparing yourself.

We've never had bad pasta in Italy and I don't know if we're lucky or they just know how to make pasta. It's something we count on though. Enjoy your trip.

Yes, I somehow doubt I'll be able to go wrong with pasta in Rome anyway!

RosoY, my supplier from Italy sent me this article last week, and it's very helpful for me and for my clients. It's a link that highlights some of the true authentic pasta places within Rome. I hope you're able to find these and enjoy what they have to offer:

https://www.bloomberg.com/features/2019-rome-best-pasta/?fbclid=IwAR3TSVpd2LDHXoGU-7gAc68Y21HBxosW6OiOVfocfDmAjhM3YaaxXmXIYW4

Cheers!

Ah, I stumbled onto this link as well a few days ago. Bookmarked it right away, will surely be useful!

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