4. Trattoria Monti
Run by the amiable and charming Camerucci brothers, Enrico and Daniele, with their mom Sandra in the kitchen, Trattoria Monti consistently stays in my top 5 places to eat in Rome. One thing I love about it is the relaxing ambiance, and friendly service that allows you to choose the pace of your meal.
The other is of course the food: You will find some Roman dishes, such as lamb, artichokes (when in season) and occasionally, skate and broccoli soup, but they also specialize in dishes from Le Marche where they are from. I particularly love their mixed antipasto dish, featuring fried cream and a spreadable sausage. Everything is fantastic here, especially my favorite pasta: the giant tortellone with egg yolk. But save room for dessert: they are all homemade and worth coming here for, all by themselves.
Via di S. Vito, 13/A | Tel:+39 06 4466573 | Tue-Sat open for lunch and dinner. Sunday lunch only. Closed Monday. Closed the entire month of August
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