If, dare we ponder, tired of Rome's fabulous pastas and pizzas, the best solution is a dip into seafood-- whether crudo-- a platter of raw fish, crustaceans and mollusks, fried (paranza- lightly fried fish-- is divine), or hooked fare that is grilled, baked or thrown into "acqua pazza", crazy water. Rome has some of Italy's best seafood restaurants in a variety of different settings-- from the starched linens of La Rosetta to the laid-back wood paneling of Osteria del Pesce.
Via di Monserrato 32
The location is close to the Piazza Campo de' Fiori
Via Crescenzio 13
Near Piazza Cavour