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The Best Restaurants in Rome

The StarTripper Journal presents the best places to dine in Rome, both international gourmet and good Italian choices.
Our Team to Rome are young professional travellers.

They love Rome, "The Eternal City", modern and old, past and present side by side, all the time you most be prepared to step into a very modern city and the world’s biggest open air museum.

Rome's squares and fountains are some of the main attractions, perhaps 'the core' of the city itself. The Piazza’s are for meeting each other, to amuse, chat with friends, for events or for the daily 'happy hour'. Around Piazza di Spagna is where to find the fancy boutiques and the famous Spanish steps, and St Peter’s Square is the majestic access to St Peter's Basilica, the centre of catholic Christianity.

If you are brave enough to go off the usual tracks, Rome will seduce you and surprise you, a beautiful city that still has plenty to offer and whose beauty is just been merely blurred by time passing by.

The StarTripper Journal Recommends these Restaurants:
Restaurant Oliver Glowig Locatet in hotel Aldrovandi Villa Borghese, a beautiful silent spot in the middle of Rome.

A very elegant hotel restaurant with a romantic outdoor dining area surrounded by century-old trees.

Chef Oliver Glowig presents his excellent interpretation of Italian cuisine, a real passion for fish and seafood, focusing on the highest quality ingredients.

Outstanding Cuisine!

via Ulisse Aldrovandi, 15
Restaurant Il Pagliaccio Located in the historic centre of Rome.

A peaceful oasis on the typically roman street, a chic cosy and elegant restaurant, an ideal place for a romantic dinner.

Chef Anthony Genovese offers an artistic menu of elaborate and ambitious dishes, tasty, colourful and surprising, always searching for the best expression.

Top Cuisine!

via dei Banchi Vecchi, 129
Aroma In Rome centre Aroma Restaurant is majestically set on the Penthouse of the elegant Palazzo Manfredi, offering a rooftop view of the Colosseum from the terrace and the luxurious and modernistic dining room.

Chef Giuseppe Di Iorio presents an expressive combination of flavours blending contemporary Mediterranean and classic Roman cuisine. With fresh seasonal ingredients always in use, the dishes are constantly evolving, and really capturing the essence of regional cuisine.

The Aroma wine cellar holds an extensive collection, featuring almost 400 labels of the finest selection from all over Italy, to combine the menus and respect the change of season.

Outstanding cuisine.

Via Labicana, 125
Il Convivio-Troiani In an ancient Palace in the historic centre. A very elegant and romantic restaurant with three dining rooms.

Chef Angelo Troiani presents his delicacies of Il Convivio, fresh vegetables, meat and fish prepared with care and imagination.

Long sophisticated wine list.

Excellent italian cooking!

vicolo dei Soldati, 31
Imàgo In hotel Hassler, at the top of the Spanish Steps, with unforgettable views of Rome.

A very romantic restaurant, the favourite for Roman gourmets, they call it "dining among the stars".

Chef Francesco Apreda presents his modern Italian cuisine, the most refined combinations and an explosion of flavors made from fresh produce.

Excellent Italian cooking!

Piazza Trinità dei Monti, 6 Spagna
Enoteca la Torre Located in the Della Vittoria area, in a historical neighbourhood noted for its villas in the Renaissance and Baroque styles, Ristorante Enoteca la Torre is occupying magnificent rooms of Villa Laetitia, which stands out for its sober elegance.

Chef Danilo Ciavattini presents his special gastronomic cuisine, made unique thanks to its refinement and authentic quality, an authentic passion for flavors and aromas, never ending search for quality, respect for the natural succession of seasonal products and the enhancement of traditional cuisine, introducing a mixture of high gastronomy and wellbeing.

A great wine cellar completes this excellent cuisine.

Lungotevere delle Armi, 22

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