Located near the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, this restaurant is named after the
Italian spelling of the world’s most popular pasta and serves traditional homemade Roman cuisine, as well as Italian regional specialties. Enjoy all your favorite pastas from gnocchi to spaghetti to, you guessed it, macaroni, and all the imaginable sauces to accompany them. In addition to pasta, there are also meat dishes like steak, chicken, and veal. Its wine list includes house wine, Chianti, and many of Italy's finest labels. The restaurant has maintained and emphasized the delightful details of its rustic structure, for an ambience that is inimitably welcoming and warm, so give them a try.
Ponte Sant'Angelo is a public footbridge spanning the Tiber River and is a must-see Roman... Read more