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Da Gildo

Da Gildo

The type of restaurant that, once again, makes you ask yourself why you don’t live in Rome.

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san-calisto

Arco di S. Calisto

A short but varied menu, mostly consisting of Roman dishes, in Trastevere.

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Trattoria de ‘Gli Amici’

The provision of soft rugs over the back of each chair – just in case you needed to wrap up – was the first indication that this isn’t just any Trattoria.

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Galeassi

Founded in 1907, this delightful restaurant is in a delightful spot, and well worth a visit.

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Asinocotto

Asinocotto really does translate as the Cooked Donkey. It does not, by Roman standards, translate as cheap.

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Casetta De’ Trastevere

Interesting local dishes; the fact that those queuing are mostly Italian says it all.

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