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10 of the best Italian restaurants in Rome

10 of the best Italian restaurants in Rome | Places to visit | Scoop.it
From a cozy trattoria to an experimental bistro and Michelin-starred luxury

One thing that should be eternal about the Eternal City is great Italian food. But that doesn’t mean pizza Napoli or pasta marinara every night. These 10 restaurants range from a cozy trattoria through an experimental bistro to the city’s most Michelin star-spangled establishment. What do they have in common?

Not spaghetti bolognese on the kids’ menu.

They’re all highly regarded for the Italian culinary niche they serve.

La PergolaAntica PesaImàgoPipero al RexGiggettoLilliRestaurant Roof GardenMarzapaneFish MarketArancia Blu Click on the photo to read more


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Espectaculares los lugares. Para tener en cuenta a la hora de visitar Roma y comer bien. 

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The Best New Restaurants 2013

The Best New Restaurants 2013 | Places to visit | Scoop.it

"There is just too much. There are just too many exciting phenomena happening in the world of American dining right now. Fabulous Peruvian food, a German wurst palace, lots of shrimp and grits, the continued onslaught of Italian. Cronuts. To try to ascribe a singular meaning to it all would be like trying to drink a pork chop. So we've done something far more useful: distilled what's important and innovative and fun right now into a simple list, A to Z. Twenty astonishing new restaurants highlight this abridged encyclopedia. The rest is just really good gravy."

 

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Exelente guia para comer bien durante un viaje

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Guía Oleo - Restaurantes de Buenos Aires y Capital Federal

Guía Oleo - Restaurantes de Buenos Aires y Capital Federal | Places to visit | Scoop.it
Guia Oleo es la guia mas completa de restaurantes de Buenos Aires y Capital Federal, calificados por el voto popular

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Muy buena información, hay que actualizar con lugares nuevos. 

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Guia oleo. La guía más completa sobre resto, bares, y demas

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Le Marche Speciality dish on Lonely Planet Mag | Ten of the best hidden foodie highlights

Le Marche Speciality dish on Lonely Planet Mag | Ten of the best hidden foodie highlights | Places to visit | Scoop.it

Savour these deliciously off-beat traditional specialties and get a true taste of the local culture to boot.

1. Hotdog, Chicago, USA [...]

2. Vincisgrassi, Le Marche, Italy

The Marchigianis’ take on lasagne is not for the faint of heart, turbo-charged with no less than 12 layers of slippery soft pasta sheets enriched with vino cotto, interspersed with a rich veal ragout spiked with chicken livers, lamb sweetbreads, truffles and wild mushrooms, all blanketed with a velvety béchamel sauce and grated parmesan cheese. The name is said to come from Austrian General Windisch Graetz, whose army helped liberate the regional capital, Ancona, from the French in the 18th century. Unsurprisingly, this baked dish of epic proportions is largely reserved for special occasions and the height of truffle season.

Simpler versions of the original can be enjoyed in the city of Macerata’s many charming osterie.

3. Adobo, the Philippines [...]

4. Lobster, Cuba [...]

5. Fideuà, Catalonia, Spain [...]

6. Khachapuri, Sochi, Russia [...]

7. Oden, Japan [...]

8. Incir Dolmasi, Turkey [...]

9. Nem, New Caledonia [...]

10. Chicken Parmigiana, Melbourne, Australia [...]


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