Quality Hotel Nova Domus
Via G. Savonarola 38
Phone: (39) 06 399511
Fax: (39) 06 39731470
Via G. Savonarola 38, Rome, IT, 00195
- Phone: (39) 06 399511
- Fax: (39) 06 39731470
The Taverna Vegetariana Ristorante supports the vegetarian way of life, with a menu that packs all the essential nutrition that can be supplied by plants. It endorses the green way of life and dcelebrates this choice with its extensive menu consisting of vegetarian burgers, rolls, juices, shakes and other energy-rich items. The mezze platter is also filling and delicious. The restaurant has casual ambience and is crowded most of the time with locals gorging on the spread. Try the house wine that is served with the meals for an added experience.
This trattoria is run by the Fazi family. The mixed fried starters are wonderful, crunchy and dry. The first course includes Rigatoni Alla Nasona with a creamy tomato sauce and cheeses, or Raviolini Al Verde, small balls or ricotta and spinach. You may also find artichokes and stuffed zucchini depending on the season; the remainder is all traditional Roman cuisine. The decor is simple and the kitchen can be seen from the dining room. There are a few tables outside for use in the summer.
This pub is wholly devoted to the history and music of the Beatles. Beatles cover bands play live on Fridays and during the rest of the week the music is Beatles only. Excellent draft beers such as Ceres and a good selection of food varying from classic pub fare to excellent traditional English dishes are offered. Sergeant Pepper's Pub & Music is full of records, photos and video clips and there is a piano and guitars which the customers are welcome to use if they feel a song coming on.
This small and cozy place is much appreciated in the neighborhood. Miyabi produces a quiet and soft ambiance that is ideal, whether you want to spend it with a group of close friends or a special someone. Some of the classic dishes that you may want to try are the sashmi, tempura prepared with the ingredients of your choice, nigiri, amazing sushi rolls, uramaki and lots more on the list. reservations are highly recommended. Call ahead for more information and details.
Zen.Zero is a peaceful venue that offers a taste of fine food and cocktails along with lots of entertainment in the form of live music events. The restaurant and bar enjoys a steady clientele who love to gorge on the eclectic vegetarian menu. There is chocolate fondue and crepes that are a nice change from the Italian fare served in nearby areas. The dinner menu is also filling. Avail the happy hour discounts from 7p onwards. The venue also doubles up as an exhibition space to showcase the talents of the local artists.
This famous, versatile and well-designed pub devotes one full room to live music. Come on the right night and food and drinks can be nicely complemented by some live acoustics. It offers Guinness and hot and cold food as well as Lazio, Roma and Fiorentina matches. True to its national characterization as an Irish bar, football matches are often playing on one of the TV screens. Stop by after work or for a big game to watch and drink in a great atmosphere.
When you have exhausted your desire for pizza and pasta, it is hard to find an ethnic restaurant in Rome that actually retains its authenticity. The owners of La Cucaracha, just a few steps from the Cipro metro stop, hail from Acapulco, Mexico and have brought both the cheerful atmosphere as well as the delicious cuisine of the country to Rome. The vibrant interior is decorated in traditional Mexican style, with Mexican artwork, tablecloths, and piñatas coloring the inviting dining rooms. La Cucaracha is all business when it comes to perfectly recreating the traditional dishes and frothy Margherita of Mexico. The lively atmosphere is perfect for a party and Tuesday nights there is live Mariachi music.
Osteria dell'Angelo is a nonchalant little joint on Via Bettolo, that offers local fare. Inside, the casual air, sport memorabilia-adorned walls and huge portions of spaghetti with bruschetta and sauteed veal make lunch a cheery affair. The 4-course prix-fixe meals are reasonably priced and come with house wines. The staff are prompt, without being too overbearing. Outdoor seating is available when weather permits.
A small, cute pizzeria a stone's throw from the Vatican Museums. The thin and crispy pizzas alla romana are delicious, as are the traditional Roman dishes. The grilled fish and meat dishes are also good. On nice days you can dine outdoors on well appointed tables.
Giacomelli is certainly one of the most famous pizzerias in the capital. It is always packed full of excited patrons and brimming with a busy feel. Bookings are not accepted, but it is possible to put your name down on a waiting list as soon as you arrive. The place is crowded and noisy but even couples can eat in privacy. Choose between traditional cuisine or a wide variety of both classic and innovative pizzas that can be as large or as small as you like! Opt for the large, honestly, it is nearly always the best option.
If Anthony Bourdain recommends this restaurant, you know its going to be good! The pizzas are Pizzarium are innovative and creative when it comes to their toppings. the supplì list changes often and is a really good try. This restaurant is mostly for take away and has limited standing space to eat.
Old West atmosphere for great pizzas, with the dough worked flamboyantly in front of your eyes. Choose between thin or fluffy crust, traditional or unique, spicy or sweet, or their trademark pizza al peperoncino dispettoso (the mischievous pepper), which is obviously spicy.