Perilli dishes up classic Roman dishes that haven't changed over the restaurant's century in existence. The atmosphere is representative of the history, with murals painted across the walls and high ceilings.
Rich Roman cuisine, ranging from simple pasta dishes to oxtail stew, are masterfully crafted here. Specialties include sugo all' amatriciana (pasta with pork cheek) and roman artichokes, but it's the legendary carbonara that keeps people coming back—locals and globe-trotters unhesitatingly call it the best in Rome.
Best known for its luxurious gardens, this peaceful Villa features a myriad of marble statues,... Read more