Camillo a Piazza Navona
A beautiful view rarely translates to a delicious meal in Rome. But there are exceptions to every rule, and that’s where Camillo a Piazza Navona comes in. Before the pandemic, Camillo catered to tourists and served bland spaghetti, but they’ve since pivoted to a menu of terrific Roman pastas, Japanese-style tempura, and an excellent hamburger. Come for a morning cappuccino or late afternoon spritz and sit in front of Bernini’s Fountain of the Four Rivers and snack on some homemade potato chips, or pop by for a great meal outside of traditional dinner hours.