In Rome, you can throw a stone an easily hit a great restaurant. . . or three. But when you want the crème-de-la-crème, you may need a little more help than luck or your concierge can give. Whether you are looking for artistic mini portions of nouvelle cuisine that decorate a platter in a Minimalist-meets-Pollock fashion, or a delicious and authentic serving of regional pasta, the Top Ten five star restaurants in the Eternal City will satisfy your every craving. Rome's best restaurants can be divided into Michelin-star bestowed and Roman favorites. Michelin-star restaurants such as La Pergola, Agata e Romeo, Giuda Ballerino, Il Convivio Troiano and Glass focus on nouvelle flair along with cuisine, so prepare for an arty eating advantage, and make sure to reserve well in advance. Dal Bolognese, Al Moro and Da Nino are old school restaurants where dining will include jacket and glitterati. Newcomers to the list are Santa Lucia and Osteria del Pesce whose penchant for fish strikes smorgasbord. Keep in mind that enjoyment is the mouth of the beholder. The Roman rule of thumb is that as long as there are a lot of people, food and laughter, the experience will be great.
Via Cadlolo 101
In the Cavalieri Hilton
3 Michelin Stars, One of Italy's Top Restaurants...
53 Via Giovanni Giraud
(by the Via dei Banchi Nuovi crossroad)
22 Via di Propaganda Fide
Eat Japanese food on tatami mats... read more
Strada Della Civitella
Baschi (TR) Strada Statale 448 Todi