Dinner Plans in Rome
My husband and I are leaving for Rome next Friday and am dizzy with all the information from this Board, Guide Books and Zagats. I have managed to come up with the following list and would like your suggestions/comments.
Sun. Ambasciata d'Abruzzo (not very many open)
Tues. Day trip out of Rome
Wed. Agata e Romeo
Thurs. Either Colline Emiliane or L'Alto Mastai - what do you think?
Fri. Antico Arco
We are staying at Il Palazzetto near the Spanish Steps for a week and then in Positano for another week.
We have not been to Rome for 6 years and that was with 3 children. We ate well then but we can now go to a few more sophisticated restaurants.
Thanks in advance for you help and comments. Will report when I return.
Piperno, OK, very good classic place for the fritti of the Jewish tradition and more
Ambasciata d'Abruzzo, probably OK, but why? There are plenty of places open Sunday.
Matricianella, I hated it the one time I went.
Tuesday, yes, but where will you eat?
Colline, love, and l'Altro Mastai, also love, but they are total opposites
Antico Arco, mostly love but it might pale after L'Altro Mastai and Agata.