Fontana del Mascherone
At the southern end of Via Giulia, the Fontana del Mascherone depicts a gormless17th-century hippy seemingly surprised by water spewing...
With its stuccoed ornamental facade and handsome courtyard, this grand palazzo is a fine example of 16th-century Mannerist...
An overhead arch spanning Via Giulia, the Arco Farnese was designed by Michelangelo as part of an unfinished project to connect Palazzo...
A hop and a skip from Campo de'Fiori, this is a warm, woody wine bar. It’s an oasis of genteel calm, with a carefully selected wine...
Sergio alle Grotte
This is a textbook Roman trattoria: chequered tablecloths, dodgy wall murals, battle-hardened waiters delivering steaming bowls of...
Via Giulia 201 · interesting places nearby
Thien Kim information
Rome’s lone Vietnamese restaurant is fortunately a winner. The dimly lit interior reveals few Eastern trappings, but the food is authentically delicious, if adapted a little for Italian tastes. To start there’s an excellent Green Paradise Island soup (a broth of vegetables, prawns and pork scented with ginger, lemon grass and celery); mains include spicy fried fish in nuoc nam (fish sauce).