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Restaurants in Campo de' Fiori/Ghetto

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Ristorante Pierluigi  


At work in Pierluigi.

Still a Rome center staple when it comes to topflight seafood (and strong grilled meats). True, it’s probably more touristy than in was the more political 1980s; but the dining experience consists of watching as well as eating — and Pierluigi offers plenty to watch from its no-traffic piazza vantage point. Summer is its season. Classic pasta ( Tagliolini ai fiori di zucca, Spaghetti alle vongole veraci , et al) is superb, and the veal dishes (including perennial PL hits picatina al limone and ) are still prepared with tender attention. Simplicity is also pleasant: Here you can get an insalata di rughetta that means just that, no trimmings or vegetable pile-ons. — Cristina Polli

Major Credit Cards  
Piazza de’ Ricci, 144, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.686.1302/8717
http://www.pierluigi.it/index.php
Closed Mondays


Sofa di Via Giulia  


High-class Sofa

Rome’s most beautiful street finally has a restaurant worthy of it. This tastefully designed restaurant in neutral tones has sleek modern furniture, a few whimsical ivory Baroque-ish banquettes, and nice lighting that set the stage for excellent dining. Opened in 2007, this seems set to become a leading seafood venue, since Chef Agostino Petrosino excels at preparing it. The lobster with tiny fried ricotta ravioli was sublime — meaty and sweet from the sea. The sommelier nicely paired each course with wine. A bottle of champagne would have carried the meal through, too. Service is professional and attentive. The chef thoughtfully adjusted the menu for my dining companion who had just been put on a very restrictive diet; the innovative dishes perked him right up. Outdoor dining in the courtyard. In the St. George Hotel. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Via Giulia, 62, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.6866.1824
http://www.isofadiviagiulia.com/
Open Daily


Sora Margherita  


Hole-in-the wall Sora.

A traditional Jewish trattoria in Rome’s ghetto neighborhood, Sora serves only lunch (dinner on Saturday). Cozy and authentic, the nook is cherished for its hard-to-come-by homemade cooking. Try the house pasta e ceci, baccalá and tortino di alici. More local favorites include pasta e fagioli, the house speciality, tonnarelli cacio e pepe and ossobuco. Also, trippa (tripe) on Wednesday and gnocchi on Thursday — as Rome tradition dictates. Book ahead or come before 9:30 p.m. to beat the crowd. Usually about €30 a head. Closed in August. — Kristine Crane

Cash Only  
Piazza delle Cinque Scole, 30, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.6874.216
Open Daily


Trattoria Balestrari  


Ulive ascolane at Balestrari.

Among the last real Roman trattorie with an Italian in the kitchen and a serious pizza maker turning out the best in the Campo district. The antipasto rustico of fried fiori di zucca, ulive ascolane, supplí, and potato dumplings is a light meal in itself along with one of the trattoria’s famous salads. Very reasonable. Reservations a must in summer. — Suzanne Dunaway

Major Credit Cards  
Via dei Balestrari, 41, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06. 686.5377
Closed Mondays


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