This restaurant specialises in cuisine from the Marches region of Italy. When the ingredients are in season, you will find Risotto with Porcini ... More
Trattoria Monti (La)
This restaurant specialises in cuisine from the Marches region of Italy. When the ingredients are in season, you will find Risotto with Porcini Mushrooms and various dishes seasoned with the white truffles of Acqualagna. Friday is fish day - expect dishes such as Baked Anchovies with Artichokes. During the rest of the week there are Fusilli with vegetables, Shin of Ox with Red Wine, or Spring Lamb offered simply with Parmesan cheese. The wines are all Italian with a wide selection from the Marches. The interior is attractive and fitted with air conditioning and the family-run atmosphere is friendly.
My wife and i and her mother and father went last week and had three of the best meals of our lives.
Th mother in law unfortunately picked a starter and a main meal of deep fried fish which was well below the standard provided to the other three of us. My wife had the best steak we've had world wide. Melt in your mouth. Fabulous service and excellent English spoken this restaurant is a definite must for anyone who is staying close to the Coleseum
The concerge at my Hotel suggested to check out this Tratoria. I liked it so much, I went almost every day. Food is excellent, service too. Well located. You need to make a reservation because it is not very big and this little discovery is getting more popular.
This was a wonderful restaurant. We arrived with reservation (recommended as they turned at least 8 parties away and there were 6 or more waiting when we were leaving) to a very courteous staff and the food was out of this world. They offered a pumpkin soup and pasta with pumpkin on the specials. The prices were reasonable, we were a party of 6 and ate 2 courses each with dessert and a bottle of wine for about 215 euros. We stayed in Rome for a week and this was the highlight of our dining experience.
As with all dining in Italy, there was no rush to serve the courses and no rush to bring the check.
Slightly out of the way, but worth the effort. Great home cooking, though would have liked to see a few different vegetables as side dishes. The stuffed rabbit/pork was memorable. Excellent wine, too, and not too pricey. Smiley service from enthusiastic staff. Perhaps a little too brightly lit for romantics.
Last year we went to Rome for a weekend.
From the three nights we slept in Rome we visited trattoria Monti twice. This because the first night it was full.
They serve authentic italian food with a modern twist. Delicious! The winelist is fabulous.
And all this in a friendly ambiance with a high level of service.
We are used to good italian food but this is one of the best restaurants we visited.
This year we go back and for sure we will visit Monti again
We met our college-age daughter and her friend for dinner - each of us found something delicious which suited whether we were famished or not very hungry. The roast beef was excellent, as were the pasta with sausage and the amaretto ice cream with chocolate sauce. The waiters were attentive and friendly. We could tell it was a favorite spot with locals and tourists alike.
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