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A Foodie Guide To Rome's Best Trattorias

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October 12, 2016 / Italian / By
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Rome is a wonderful tourist destination for those who love history and the flair of the old city. If you are in Rome and you are looking for great places to eat out, forget about the Michelin stared restaurants and restaurants that serve food from different cuisines and enjoy the traditional Italian food served in the wonderful trattorias that can be found everywhere in the city. A trattoria is a family oriented restaurant so do not be afraid to go there with your family or a big group of friends. These Italian establishments are usually family-run and they are the perfect locations for eating authentic food at a good price.

Armando Al Pantheon

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Located close to the Pantheon, Armando Al Pantheon is a family-run trattoria that was opened in 1961. The friendly ambiance is the perfect place for eating after a busy day of visiting the tourist attractions in Rome.

Image source: Al Pantheon

The menu includes everything from traditional appetizers to soups, first courses, main courses and delicious Italian desserts. The Roman classic dishes attract tourists from all over the world and the wine selection makes the place even more special. If you want to visit this trattoria, make sure you make a reservation since the place is very popular among tourists and locals alike.

L’Asino D’Oro

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L'Asino D'Oro is a chic trattoria opened in 2010 by Chef Lucio Sforza, a famous chef in Italy, and it is perfect for tourists who want to enjoy food outside during hot summer days but also inside during the cold season.

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The menu is inspired by Umbria’s cuisine, the Italian region where Chef Sforza was born, and it features many delicious dishes like pancetta cooked with vinegar and sage and boar stewed with chocolate. Depending on the day you plan to visit L’Asino D’Oro, you will find three course meals for less than €15 or an à la carte menu.

Il Quagliaro

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Il Quagliaro is the place where locals love to eat. Situated in a working district of Rome this place is rarely visited by tourists but is loved by those who live in the area. Here, you will meet families with children, students and other people from Rome who love to eat good food on a budget.

Image source: Il Quagliaro

From pizza to other Roman specialties, this trattoria loves food cooked in a wood-burning oven so most dishes are prepared in the oven.

Trattoria Da Danilo

Image source: Trattoria Da Danilo

Trattoria Da Danilo is another family-run restaurant with basement and ground floor dining rooms and a wonderful atmosphere. The food is more expensive than the food served at Il Quagliaro but the food and the ambiance are worth the extra money. Be prepared for the plaid red and white tablecloths that are so representative for the Italian trattorias and for some extra savory pasta dishes.

Image source: Trattoria Da Danilo

The carbonara spaghetti are considered some of the best in Rome so make sure you try them! Also, Trattoria Da Danilo serves other Italian traditional dishes that are absolutely amazing but we cannot stop thinking about the pasta dishes. Homemade pasta is the best type of pasta after all!

La Campana       

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Founded centuries ago, La Campana is not only a place to eat but a tourist attraction at the same time since it serves locals and tourists since the 16th century. Here, you will be able to meet business people during lunch hours and families during dinner time.

Image source: La Campana

Decorated as most trattorias, simple but chic, La Campana serves a wide range of Roman cuisine dishes. Fish lovers will be as pleased as pasta lovers by the variety of food options provided by the trattoria. Also, make sure you try the desserts. Roman Tiramisu is probably the best Tiramisu in the world so don’t miss the opportunity to try it at La Campana.


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