Best Rome Restaurants Recommended,Rome Guides

  1. By Kevin
  2. On Sep 30, 2017
  3. Europe
  4. Travel Tips

Romans take their food and wine seriously,and you will never be stuck for somewhere to enjoy a good meal in Rome.Aside from the ubiquitous takeaway pizza and tramezzini(sandwiches),snack culture is a more recent phenomenon–but it has been spurred on by the recession,and there are now places where you can grab a decent stand-up or carry-out meal for€10(£8.80).Note that Romans rarely turn up for dinner before 8pm.Best Rome restaurants recommended,Rome Guides:

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Glass Hostaria

It's not easy to find a good place to eat in Trastevere–so hats off to Cristina Bowerman's Michelin-starred culinary fiefdom,which strikes a blow for quality and research in an area dominated by tourist trattorias.As soon as you walk in,you see how far they are from all those Chianti-in-straw-flask clichés:this is a militantly modern reign of glass,steel,Corten and brick,where every dish is served on its own appropriate designer plate.If you're a first timer it's worth opting for one of the tasting menus,which showcase Bowerman's fancy but convincing Mediterranean fusion approach.On my last visit the mousse of basil-spiked mozzarella served with a nugget of panzanella romana bread salad and a slice of air-dried onion was a mouthful of summer-and that was just an off-menu amuse-bouche.n March 2017,Bowerman opened a hip new venue in the Testaccio district,Romeo&Giuiletta,with Roman deli king,Massimo Roscioli.Me,I prefer Glass-by miles.

Address:Vicolo del Cinque 58,00153

Contact:0039 06 5833 5903;

Getting there:Bus to Lungotevere Sanzio(23,280)or Vicolo del Cinque(125);tram 8

Opening times:Tue-Sat,8pm-11.30pm

Price:dinner around€95;tasting menus€85,€90 and€140

Payment type:credit cards accepted