Fiaschetteria Beltramme

Trattoria in Tridente, Trevi & the Quirinale

This 19th-century fiaschetteria (meaning ‘wine seller’) is a stuck-in-time place with a short menu and a long list of local devotees. At lunch, regulars dig into huge serves of traditional Roman pastas (carbonara, cacio e pepe) and simple mains from recipes unchanged since the 1930s. At night, most tables are claimed by tourists and the vibe isn't quite as autentico.

In the evening, you may end up dining at a communal table.