Rome Restaurants



Margutta Vegetariano

Margutta Vegetariano Review

Parallel to posh Via del Babuino, Via Margutta has long been known as the street where artists have their studios in Rome. How fitting, then, that the rare Italian vegetarian restaurant, with changing displays of modern art, sits on the far end of this gallery-lined street closest to Piazza del Popolo. Here it takes on a chic and cosmopolitan air, where you'll find meat-free versions of classic Mediterranean dishes as well as more daring tofu concoctions. Lunch is essentially a pasta/salad bar to which you help yourself, while dinner offers à la carte and prix-fixe options.

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Updated: 03-29-2012

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