Here the bread and pasta are homemade - enjoy it with walnuts, olives, pumpkin seeds or anything else the cook dreams up. The pasta is hand-made and ... More
Here the bread and pasta are homemade - enjoy it with walnuts, olives, pumpkin seeds or anything else the cook dreams up. The pasta is hand-made and served with tasty garnishes such as tagliatelle with chestnuts, or more traditional tonnarelli with cheese and pepper. The second course dishes include savoy roulades in tomato sauce and roast salmon. All desserts are homemade too. The wines are excellent and are supplied by the well-known vintner Cavour. The interior resembles a country inn with wood finishings and country-style pictures. The seating is comfortable and air conditioning makes it pleasant in summer.
Knowing that Ditirambo is a popular restaurant and read that reservations are essential coming from the US to visit Rome we emailed to get information and book.
Initially just asking the restaurant how many minutes in walking is their place from our hotel we received a very uninformative reply saying. The person who replied said he didn't know our hotel (a major chain hotel near the Via Veneto) and that they are located in the Campo di Fiori area. That's all.
It would have been easy for the restaurant staff to check our hotel's location in relation to their restaurant and gotten back to us especially their being locals.
We decided we would not pursue a reservation with this attitude shown us already.
I read in a popular guidebook that service can be brusque and I have no doubt it's true.
A small intimate restaurant near Campo di Fiore with the best vegetarian cuisine you'll find in Rome, an extensive wine list, absolutely perfect service, and a friendly, warm, inviting atmosphere. A few tables available for outdoor seating. I came here 4 years ago and the restaurant has stayed exactly the same, I'll always make Ditirambo first choice for dining when in Rome.
Ditrambo is cosy, bustling and a great dining experience. There are lots of vegetarian dishes -- excellent! Also excellent fish, and meat. Really good wine list. If you are a big eater, you'll want to order an appetizer or primo as well as an entree -- emphasis here is more on ingredients than on volume (with some exceptions). I thought the arancia (orange), pear and cassis tiramisu was about the best dessert I've ever had. We ate here twice in a week -- it was that good!
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