La Taverna degli Amici
You won’t be disappointed when dining out in Rome if you pay a visit to La Taverna Degli Amici. The menu is ample without being overwhelming, and the food, which is subtly priced, is exceptionally good: classic Roman dishes such as tonarelli cacio e pepe and plenty of grilled meat and fish choices. Antipasti include a delectably juicy buffalo mozzarella and prosciutto.An outside table in the leafy square is where you want to be, sitting with a glass of wine while you observe the romantic traffic of behind-the-scenes Rome. Perfectly situated for a post-prandial wander through the backstreets of the ghetto, and perhaps, if you fancy popping into the church of Santa Maria Campitelli, a sumptuous encounter with the baroque.