Dinner in the eternal city.

Rome and the art of eating well.

Like every self-respecting Italian city, Rome is also famous all over the world for its typical dishes: from carbonara, to gricia, to the jumps in the mouth – Roman style – and to pasta cacio e pepe.

Rome, however, is not only trattorias and traditional cuisine:

Walking through the streets of the city you can find hundreds, thousands of restaurants, wine bars, cafes and pubs.

Only in a city like Rome can you choose to eat what you want whenever you want.

And if you want to accompany your delicious dinner with a good glass of local wine, we at Rome Magic Tour recommend these places:

Ristorante Tullio

You are invited to an unforgettable culinary experience, thanks to the careful selection of prestigious wines that combine with a wide variety of traditional Roman and Italian dishes. Tullio is a family-run restaurant since 1950 and offers only culinary delights, prepared with the best quality ingredients by great chefs and experienced Niccolò and Gianni.Located at the foot of Via Veneto and a few steps from Piazza Barberini, it is the favourite restaurant of politicians, artists and entrepreneurs.
Why do we recommend it? Because here customers get what they deserve, in a welcoming atmosphere, with impeccable service.

Address: Via San Nicola da Tolentino, 26 – Roma
Phone number: 06 481 85 64

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Ristorante Chinappi

The setting is that of an elegant and extremely welcoming place.
The hospitality is the spectacular one of the owners, Stefano and Elena, but the fish of the uncontaminated Tyrrhenian Sea is the strong point of the Chinappi restaurant. Stefano will offer you exclusively the catch of the day, fresh and skilfully processed raw materials, starting with the refined appetizers to the surprising and delicious fish dishes, watered by “excellent bubbles”. Our last advice is not to miss the opportunity to taste the incredible desserts, created by Stefano himself.

Address: Via Augusto Valenziani, 19 – Roma
Phone number: 06 4819005

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