คนท้องถิ่น 26 คนแนะนำ · ราคาโดยประมาณอยู่ในระดับ 2 จาก 4 ·
Tiny restaurant in the Jewish ghetto. Long wait sometimes, but totally worth it.
A no-frills trattoria that's always packed with locals enjoying the same traditional kosher and Roman plates for decades. *Get here early to put your name on the waiting list.
Another gem in the Jewish Ghetto. This one is less touristy than Gigetto, but harder to get into because there are just a few seats. Literally a hole in the wall with handwritten menus, and the pasta is so so so good.
This is a traditional family run trattoria. A must if you want to live an experience as a local. Better reserve in advance
“The largest shopping center of Rome with 220 stores including Media World, Decathlon and an Auchan hypermarket, as well as Ikea, Leroy Merlin and a cinema with 20 halls. Open from 10 am to 10 pm.”
- คนท้องถิ่น 6 คนแนะนำ
“Tantalizing Kosher recipes in the heart of the Jewish neighborhood. Dine inside or al fresco while enjoying ancient Jewish-Roman dishes.”
- คนท้องถิ่น 12 คนแนะนำ
“During your walks to explore the capital I suggest you to take a short coffe break at the famous Sant'Eustachio Caffè, in the square Sant'Eustachio 82. If you raise your eyes when you pass by the church of St.Eustace, a hundred meters from the Pantheon and a few steps from Piazza Navona, you will notice the unmistakable shape of a stag's head sculpted in marble at the top of the facade. This unusual church decoration is an allusion to the life of St.Eustace who lived in Rome at the time of Emperor Trajan and was a pagan army general, before converting to Catholicism. The legend says that during a hunting party, he saw a luminous cross surmounted by the figure of Christ in between the antlers of the stag he was pursuing.”
- คนท้องถิ่น 95 คนแนะนำ