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 del Pantheon 55
The politician's favorite Roman kitchen... read more
Via Crescenzio 13
Near Piazza Cavour
via di Ripetta 250