You will not have trouble finding this restaurant, one of the city's most popular. The restaurant, specialising in seafood, can be found in the former ... More
You will not have trouble finding this restaurant, one of the city's most popular. The restaurant, specialising in seafood, can be found in the former customs and excise checkpoint of Porta Genova. Its great location and the presence of a lovely garden overlooking the Darsena are the ingredients that have lead to its success. It offers classical food with lots of choice so you won't be disappointed. Among the excellent dishes are the clam and mussel soup and the smoked bass.
There is an open area towards Piazza San Babila on Corso Vittorio Emanuele, onto which the impressive church of San
Carlo al Corso looks. It was designed by the Neo Classical architect, Carlo Amati, 1839 47. By pulling back ...
This restaurant has a comfortable atmosphere, and classic surroundings. The service is excellent and close attention is paid to the
finer details of traditional cooking. Fish raviolini, Lasagne with farro (bean flour) and goat's cheese, Spaghetti with telline (cockles) ...
Frequented by politicians, this is where you should try authentic Roman cuisine. Spaghetti alle vongole (clams), gnochetti al gorgonzola, pasta
and lentils and fresh fish are fixed items on the menu. The seasonal mushroom dishes must be tried to ...