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Les meilleures recommandations de restaurants par les gens du coin

Restaurant italien
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“Dovete andarci e dovete provare l'unica ed inimitabile Carbonara. Fatta come dev'esser fatta.”
  • 9 personnes du coin recommandent
Café
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“We could say the chich version of the San Callisto bar. If you love to stand out for taste and authentic retro style, this is a real old bar in Rome, not a makeover. A roaster where there is still the smell of co”
  • 12 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant de fruits de mer
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“Good for an aperitif looking at Palazzo Farnese (the French Embassy) and admiring the beautiful Piazza Farnese.”
  • 14 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
“Very good restaurant and pizzeria hosted in the lively square of Campo de' Fiori. Special focus on the best italian mozzarella and other "slow food" ingredients. 25€-35€.”
  • 6 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant italien
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“I can't get enough of this place at the mo... good Roman food and nice cosy atmosphere. Love it! And the carbonara rocks!”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Restaurant
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
“Nice atmosphere in the picturesque square of campo dei fiori! I suggest the cacio e pepe”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Quartier
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“The Residenza is located in the center of the city and close to all major attractions in Rome: historical ruins, churches, museums, parks, shopping districts. This ancient neighbourhood, named Regola, has some pedestrian cobble-street areas where genuine, old Romans rub shoulders with movie stars and artists. Everyone shops at the local market in Campo de Fiori that's been there for centuries. Many stores are owned by families and they are passed on to the next generation: the Roscioli bakery and the Restaurant are examples of this continuity. From Campo de Fiori you cross a street and you are in Piazza Navona: one of the most beautiful piazzas in Italy. At night, the city takes on a different atmosphere and becomes crowded with busy bars and restaurants. This is an area with many good restaurants and excellent food and wine stores. At the Residenza, though, you will be blessed to stay and sleep in a secluded street, removed from noise and bustle. Trastevere, on the other side of the river, offers also many hangouts and restaurants. It houses what's probably the best gelato place in the entire city: Otaleg, close to Piazza San Cosimato, where they show movies in the piazza in the Summertime. In order to escape the bustle of the area, you can cross Viale Trastevere and walk on the other side of the neighbourhood: quieter and with fewer people around. It houses the church of Santa Cecilia and that peculiar atmosphere reminiscent of a small town in the countryside. You cross the Tiber again, and you end up on the Isola Tiberina: a small islet in the middle of the river that is house to a church, a hospital and a restaurant. The island is shaped like a ship and it used to host the sick people in the old days. You continue walking toward the Centro area, crossing the river, and you are in the ancient Jewish ghetto of Rome: the Synagogue, the local food, the tiny community that's been holding together for millennia. Around the small Ghetto, you find Piazza Mattei, also known as Turtle Square for its beautiful fountain decorated with a turtle motif. A few steps further and you hit the ancient Roman Teatro Marcello and the "Bocca della Verità", where Audrey Hepburn put her hand in the mouth of a statue. ”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Restaurant