Restaurants

Top Choice Tuscan in Trastevere & Gianicolo

Prosciutteria – Cantina dei Papi

For a taste of Tuscany in Rome, consider lunch or decadent aperitivi at this Florentine prosciutteria (salami shop). Made-to-measure taglieri (wooden chopping boards) come loaded with different cold cuts, cheeses, f…
Top Choice Trattoria in Trastevere & Gianicolo

Da Enzo

Vintage buttermilk walls, red-checked tablecloths and a traditional menu featuring all the Roman classics: what makes this staunchly traditional trattoria exceptional is its careful sourcing of local, quality produc…
Top Choice Trattoria in Trastevere & Gianicolo

Da Augusto

Bag one of Augusto's tables outside and tuck into some fabulous mamma-style cooking on one of Trastevere's prettiest piazza terraces. Hearty portions of Roman classics are dished up as well as lots of rabbit, veal, …
Bakery in Trastevere & Gianicolo

Le Levain

Many a foreigner living in Rome swears by this pâtisserie au beurre fin for their daily dose of rich and creamy butter, albeit it in the guise of authentic croissants, pains au chocolat and other irresistible French…
Fusion in Trastevere & Gianicolo

Zia Restaurant

After cutting his teeth in the kitchens of a few of the culinary world’s most reputable names (think Georges Blanc and Gordon Ramsay), up-and-coming chef Antonio Ziantoni forges out on his own with solo venture Zia.…
Trattoria in Trastevere & Gianicolo

Da Teo

One of Rome's classic trattorias, Da Teo buzzes with locals digging into steaming platefuls of Roman standards, such as carbonara, pasta cacio e pepe (cheese-and-black-pepper pasta) and the most fabulous seasonal ar…
Italian in Trastevere & Gianicolo

Spirito DiVino

Chef and Slow Food aficionado Eliana Catalani buys ingredients directly from local producers. The restaurant’s trademark dish is maiale alla mazio, an ancient pork and red-wine stew said to have been a favourite of …
Gelato in Trastevere & Gianicolo

Fior di Luna

For many Romans this busy little hub makes the best handmade gelato and sorbet in the world. It's produced in small batches using natural, seasonal ingredients. Favourites include walnut and honey, blueberry yoghurt…
Italian in Trastevere & Gianicolo

Litro

Crunchy bread comes in a paper bag and the 1950s clocks on the wall – all three dozen of them – say a different time at this understated vintage-styled bistro-bar in wonderfully off-the-beaten-tourist-track Montever…
Italian in Trastevere & Gianicolo

Cesare al Casaletto

This no-frills trattoria is the darling of locals and food critics. Cesare shines in the art of cucina romana (Roman cuisine): choose from cones of fried seafood, glossy carbonara thick with guanciale pork, slow-bra…