One of Rome’s famous, long established restaurants, and very impressive it is too. They’ve been doing it for years, and it shows.
Located near the Spanish Steps, as it is a favorite with locals, you’ll want to arrive early.
There’s no nicer place to lunch on a warm day than Ciampini, high above the city between the top of the Spanish Steps and the entrance to the Villa Borghese.
Simple restaurant in one of Rome’s prettiest small piazzas, with an excellent selection of hot and cold antipasti.
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.