Interesting local dishes; the fact that those queuing are mostly Italian says it all.
Author Archive | Helen Wright
Nervous eaters should avoid anything with the word pajata: it is not Roman dialect for potatoes.
This tiny restaurant behind the Hotel Danieli serves a mean fritto misto and the best Italian potato salad in town.
Peggy Guggenheim and assorted artists came here in the 50s and 60s.
Quiet jazz plays in this small restaurant in the quiet backstreets of chic Dorsoduro.
Small, tucked down a side street and very friendly – and one of our all-time favourites.
A cheap trattoria near the Spanish Steps, reputedly a sometime haunt of Fellini.
Packed out with Romans who appreciate the creative modern Italian cooking, with a busy, noisy and slightly chaotic atmosphere.
This place is usually full of locals – always a good sign.
Wonderful location looking across the Piazza S Maria.