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Restaurants specializing in Roman cuisine?

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I was in Rome this past summer, and I fell in love with the traditional Roman cuisine that I found. Are there any places in Toronto that specialize in any of these typical dishes?

Saltimbocca
Carciofi alla Giudia (Jewish-style artichokes)
Trippa (Tripe)

Thanks!

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  1. Saltimbocca:
    Bellini's, Graffiti's Italian Eatery, Lure, Mammina's, & Mastro Roberto Trattoria (Woodbridge) are all supposed to have it. I'd call ahead and make sure it's on their current menus. Don't ask me to rate these places. I've only eaten at Mammina's which is fair, but not stellar. I just enjoyed the challenge of your question.

    I had no luck with the other two items. Only recipes from Epicurious came up.

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    1. re: Googs

      Thanks for the suggestions. Glad I could give you a challenge!

    2. Carciofi alla Giudia (Jewish-style artichokes)

      not in Toronto.

      I eat these at least once a trip to NYC at Trattoria Del Arte (near Carnegie Hall).

      If you find these these in Toronto, pllllease shout out!

      you might like the Tagliatele with artichokes and Prosuitto dish at Terroni

      1. Give 'Solo Maria Ristorante' in Richmond Hill a try. The chef Maria D'Orazio lived, trained and cooked in Rome. Give her a call at (905)780-6692 and see whether she can prepare something special for you. She's a very nice lady. By the way address is 10610 Bayview Avenue.