Asian-Italian fusion? It may sound improbable, but Settembrini truly shines.
Ignore the tourist-trap trappings for some serious Italian cookery.
Except for friendlier service, little has changed in this 1930s mainstay.
Divine sandwiches perfect for pairing with a trip to the Vatican.
Roman-Jewish cuisine is the city’s best-kept culinary secret. L’chaim!
Excellent food smack dab in the center of the famous Piazza di Spagna.
Vegetarians rejoice! Your gourmet veggie prayers have been answered at last.
Join the locals in line for some of the best pizza in Rome.
Scoop up some theatrical gelato with flavors like honey, sage, and cheese.
Hip, retro-style spot opens early and closes late for a lively crowd.
Worship at the altar of bufala in the world’s first mozzarella bar.
Back to top