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al42 Street Food Gourmet
When you need some quick and delicious pasta after traveling, go to al42 Street Food Gourmet in Monti.
Mercato Centrale in Rome is open all day and has everything from pizza to pasta to ramen.
Trapizzino in Trastevere serves delicious filled pockets of dough that make for a great snack or even a full meal.
Camillo a Piazza Navona
Come to Camillo in Piazza Navona to have a great meal of pastas, tempura, and hamburgers outside of normal Italian dinner hours.
Testaccio Market is one of Rome's best covered markets and many of the stalls have been in families for generations.
La Taverna dei Fori Imperiali
Come to La Taverna dei Fori Imperiali for lunch after touring the Colosseum and Roman Forum.
Trattoria Trecca serves an excellent traditional Italian menu in a lively dining room in Ostiense.
Trattoria Pennestri in Ostiense has both classic Italian dishes and things you don't often find in Rome, like chocolate mousse and seared duck breast.
Piatto Romano in Testaccio is the perfect place to come for a long lunch when you want to eat classic Roman food.
Da Cesare Al Casaletto
Cesare looks like an average neighborhood trattoria, but the food is far from it. Come for a low-key Sunday lunch.
Armando al Pantheon
A legendary spot that's been around over 50 years, Armando al Pantheon is where you want to be for simple pastas and Roman classics.
Pigneto Quarantuno is 20 minutes outside of the historic center of Rome, but the seasonal pastas are worth the trip.
Start your meal at Colline Emiliane with the house antipasto before moving on to excellent pasta.
È Passata la Moretta
È Passata la Moretta is a simple, family-run trattoria in Campo de' Fiori.
Latteria Trastevere is a wine bar with great daily pasta specials and a leafy outside space.
Rocco is a classic Roman trattoria in Monti that hits the sweet spot between a big night out and a casual weeknight dinner.