As you saw in my earlier post Agrodolce: Our favorite Roman trattorias ten years on, we spent six weeks in Rome in the spring and
Fourteen years ago Trattoria Morgana was a mediocre trat at best, serving up sturdy, if pedestrian, renditions of lasagna and beef tagliata. So when Julius Caesar suggested we opt for a meal, Lucullus was skeptical to say the least. How wrong can one man be?
Tram Tram specializes in Puglian cuisine right in the heart of the San Lorenzo district of Rome. It has always been a favorite place to eat in Rome.
Our favorite trattoria in the Trastevere is Da Enzo. It is the exception where food has gotten better over time, the tradition taken up by the new generation.
This restaurant, in the heart of the Testaccio, has maintained its standards over the years, serving dishes whose recipes have been around for centuries.
The MagoGuide Team always tries to get to Baia Chia when visiting Rome. It is generous, inexpensive, and full of friendly folks. It’s a fave and must try.
The rise, fall, and rise again of one of our favorite Rome restaurants. They have turned the appetizer plate into an art form and serve simply excellent wine.
It’s said that you can’t get a bad meal in Rome, but that’s just not so. This restaurant review talks about two restaurants that you should avoid at all costs.
One indicator that tourists have taken over Rome is the demise of some of our favorite neighborhood tratts. Sora Margherita is an example of this sad truth.
Although tourists appear to have taken over Rome and some good restaurants have suffered, there are still gems to be found. Here are reviews of both kinds.