Located down a street between Piazza Navona and the Trevi Fountain, this restaurant serves traditional Roman cuisine and offers magnificent views of a series of old Roman columns that used to be a part of the Temple of Hadrianus. Featuring both an a la carte and a daily changing menu, the food here is cooked simply and with passion and features dishes made from lamb, duck, freshly made pastas, and seasonal vegetables. In particular the couscous with duck is particularly tasty. Make sure to follow the direction of the solemner, as he will be happy to help you pair your meal with the perfect glass, or bottle of wine.
Dine with the locals in this rustic Roman trattoria tucked into the old narrow streets close to the... Read more