In our previous post we talked about the Top 10 Restaurants you can find in Rome. We narrow down a list of 100 restaurants ranked by the well known food magazine, Scatti di Gusto, to the top 5 high-level, Michelin-Starred, Restaurants in the Eternal city.
Since the list of the finest trattorias was presented in alphabetic order, we mixed it up a little bit, just for fan, including some of our favorite places.
Local trattorias in Rome are usually known for their informal and cozy atmosphere. But don’t let yourself be mistaken by the rustic ambience. Among the thousands of trattorias in Rome, there are also great restaurants, which offer a fine culinary experience for all budgets and tastes.
1. Beppe e i Suoi Formaggi
Beppe e i Suoi Formaggi, was ranked among the best trattorias you can find in Rome. And we couldn’t agree more.
This cozy venue is a cheese heaven, full of delicacies and artisanal products, that gives us a taste of the traditional Piedmont food tradition. All cheese is homemade and produced respecting both traditions and the biodiversity. This is the philosophy and the vision of its owner, Beppe Giovale. Other than the cheese, at Beppe e i Suoi Formaggi you will find outstanding meat dishes and an impressive collection of wine.
Monday to Saturday: 9.00/22.30
Closed on Sunday
Via Santa Maria del Pianto, 9a/11 – 00186 Roma (Jewish Ghetto)
2. Bir & Fud
Artisanal beers, signature dishes and a modern, young atmosphere! This is what you are going to find at Bir and Fud, where the pizza, prepared only with natural yeast, is especially exquisite.
The staff in incredibly friendly and will help you finding the right beer for you!
Mon - Sun: 12.00 - 2.00 The Kitchen is open till 1 AM
Via Benedetta 23 – Roma
3. Spazio Roma – Eataly
Located inside the gigantic food market Eataly, Spazio Roma is the first restaurants dedicated to the chefs of Nico Romito’s school. S
pazio, which means Space, was created to give space to young chefs, to innovation, to excellence and to passion. Fresh, high-quality ingredients are always the protagonist of Niko Romito’s cuisine, and the Italian culinary tradition is constantly reinterpreted in a new way. Desserts are especially excellent! The atmosphere is elegant and warm.
Lunch: form 12.30 to 3pm
Dinner: from 7:30pm
Closed on Wednesday
Telephone: 06 90279240
4. Che te ne sa
This historical trattoria in Rome, may not be the easiest place to reach, but it certainly expresses incredibly well the Tuscia culinary tradition.
Che te ne sa is especially known for its meat and fish recipe, and the owner, Fabrizio, is aways keen to offer you the best of his kitchen.
If you want to taste high-quality dish, with intense flavors, in a comfortable and simple atmosphere, then Che te ne sa is the right place for you to enjoy a real Roman experience.
Monday to Saturday 12:30 -2:30 pm/ 7:30-10:30pm
Address: Via della Bufalotta, 891, 00139 RomaPhone:339 639 1874
5. Court Delicati
As we said before, trattorias offer something for all tastes. Court Delicati is undoubtably the best Asian restaurant in Rome, and offers a taste of the real Malaysian and Thai cuisine. The staff and the owner are incredibly friendly,and they alway make sure you are enjoying both the food and the service.