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Girarrosto Fiorentino

The cozy room is dominated by the large grill that gives the restaurant its name, and years of consolidated experience have made this one of Rome’s top addresses for traditional Tuscan cuisine. The menu lists al the classics plus a variety of fish dishes. Specialities include a selection of cured meats, finocchiona ham, croutons with wild game patè, ribollita ( a cabbage and bread soup ), pasta with hare sauce, as well as spaghetti with clams, tagliolini with mussels, sea bass with olives and baked turbot with porcini mushrooms. The hot apple pie and the special creme caramel are a fabulous way to end your dinner.

Via Sicilia, 46(Pinciano). Phone 0642880660


Osteria Margutta

Soft lighting, background music, and private art collection make up the atmosphere of this truly Roman restaurant. To start, try the tonnarelli Margutta or the penne in a vodka and smoked salmon sauce. Then order the saddle of pork with chestnuts, or tuna fillet with radicchio. About 100 regional italian wines. Open for late night dining, as well as for art exhibits.

Via Margutta, 82 Phone. 063231025



This restaurant was opened in 1932, and named after the Basilica of Maxentius, whose impressive ruins are situated across the street. Enjoy a touch of Roman history while dining with Massenzio’s incomparable view of Rome’s ancient monuments, with the majestic Arch of Constantine rising behind the Colosseum. This unique ambiance is enhanced by the restaurant’s traditional Roman recipes, including fish specialities and an array of  pizzas prepared in a wood burning oven. Seasona outdoor dining is available.