Renato e Luisa is a small, traditional Roman trattoria in the historic center.
Very good typical Roman trattoria in Piazza Farnese. You can eat outside on a good day.
All dishes at Ai Spaghettari are recreations of ancient Onofri family recipes. The Onofri’s have run the restaurant since 1985.
Pa. Pa. Gio, near the Colosseum, is known for its fish and meat. You can eat outside on nice days.
Monserrato, near Campo dei Fiori, is known for its seafood, especially the fish.
Very good fish by the Pantheon.
Gallura is in a very nice location in the Parioli area. It is known for its fish and wonderful gardens. Definitely upscale.
Traditional Roman pastas and meat dishes near the Spanish Steps.
Ditirambo is just off Campo dei Fiori and worth a stop.
Alla Rampa is world-famous for its appetizer buffet, but very good for traditional Roman cuisine, as well as some exotic Mediterranean dishes.