The restaurant has a warm, homely and pleasant atmosphere, with lots of specialized seafood dishes.
An old fashion bakery filled with breads, tasteful specialities every day in accordance with the best Roman tradition
A salumeria by day and restaurant by night- where you are seated surrounded by cheeses, prosciutto, and bottles of wine.
The main goal of Marco Gallotta, chef and partner of Primo Al Pigneto restaurant, is to bring out the best in each product and carry out research at the same… [Read More]
In the name of family tradition, Italo Ciampini and his son Fabrizio personally manage Il Caminetto in the hopes of mirroring the same energy and passion of the restaurant’s 50-year… [Read More]
Frontoni is a great little pizzeria in the Trastevere area. You eat standing up by the bar. A specialty are their “pizza sandwiches”. They bake a thin kind of bread… [Read More]
Neapolitan-style pizza in Rome, with a great atmosphere. You can eat outside in the large piazza area on a nice day.
Tuscan food is most prevalent, although the Roman thin-crust pizza is great. Il Chianti has an impressive wine list as well.
Pizza Ciro is a new take on traditional Neapolitan pizza. Located in the historic center of Rome.
Al Moro features regional cuisine just a few steps from the Trevi Fountain. This is a local favorite.