Trastevere restaurants

Old Sep 4th, 2013, 07:09 PM
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Trastevere restaurants

Any recommendations for a charming cafe/ restaurant in Trastevere for a special dinner that won't break the bank (under $100.). Want a place that will be memorable!
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Old Sep 4th, 2013, 08:37 PM
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We just returned from Rome. Though it is over your budget, I would highly recommend Glass Hostaria. We ordered ala carte --
2 pastas, 2 main courses and 2 desserts(we don't drink), and our bill was 134 euros. An amuse bouche at the beginning, and several little sweet treats at the end, rounded out our meal. Service was warm and attentive; food was terrific. I believe the restaurant has a Michelin star. It was a memorable meal for us.
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Check out Dar Poeta for pizza - my hubby still raves that this is his favourite pizza in the world.
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Old Sep 5th, 2013, 03:32 PM
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Agree with the recommendation for Dar Poeta!! Not a special dinner place - but don't miss it for a casual meal.
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Love Glass and we also loved La Gensola.
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We loved L'Osteria di Monteverde on our recent trip and it would fit your price range.

http://www.losteriadimonteverde.it/

The dining room is pretty traditional, but the menu was more modern. We thought the food was wonderful and the service was great too. It is not high-end fine dining, but it fits your budget!
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About 5 years ago we were trying to find someplace for lunch on Christmas day when we happened on Da Gildo, a tiny homey restaurant on a side street in Trastevere. We had such a great meal that we went back two more times. It's a very small, family run, place where they barely speak any English but you can communicate enough. The pasta is all fresh home-made and totally delicious. It’s on Via della Scala. Try the Pasta Cacio et Pepe, extraordinarily simple and simply delicious. It’s a pretty small place so reservations would help.
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We liked http://www.ripa12.com/index.html
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