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San Teodoro

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San Teodoro Review

The atmosphere: far removed from the madding crowds. The setting: a pair of enclosed piazzas, walls covered in ivy, nestled by the Roman Forum and the Campidoglio. The specialty: refined Roman cuisine, featuring tastes of Roman Jewish fare and specializing in seafood. In spring and summer there's a lovely outdoor dining deck, and in cooler months, the bright rooms decorated with contemporary art offer pleasant surroundings. The menu includes classic fried artichokes (among the best in the city), homemade ravioli con cipolla di Tropea (filled with red onion and tossed in balsamic vinegar), and favorite local fish turbot, barely adorned with perfectly roasted potatoes and extra-virgin olive oil. Everything down to the last bite (make your dessert choice the chocolate medley or the cannoli) is a pleasure, even if it doesn't come cheaply.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Via dei Fienili 50-51, Jewish Ghetto, Rome, 00186 | Map It
  • Phone: 06/6780933
  • Location: Coloseo

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Sun.
Updated: 04-02-2012

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    Very Dissapointing

    I thought the food was okay but the prices were outrageous. For two couples it was slightly over €200 per couple. Two people had the fish degustazioni while the other two had a primi and a secondi. Apart from the general prices, the element that really shocked me was the service charge: €4 per person coperta plus 15% service charge. In all my time in Italy I have never seen both of them charged together.

    by TiburonTony, 8/7/08

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