THE 38 ESSENTIAL ROME RESTAURANTS by Katie Parla

Roman cuisine is defined by a unique set of ingredients, techniques, and dishes that set it apart from the food of all other Italian cities. While the city’s classic spots dominate dining options and serve a predictable litany of specialties such as cacio e pepe (pasta with Pecorino Romano cheese and black pepper), carbonara (pasta with egg, cured pork jowl or belly, Pecorino Romano cheese, and black pepper), roasted lamb, and assorted offal, there are an increasing number of alternatives, from simple international venues to Michelin-­starred restaurants.

 

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