Top 5 restaurants to visit in Rome in June


The eternal city is also known for its exceptional cuisine. From traditional trattorias to contemporary fine dining restaurants, Rome offers a gastronomic diversity that satisfies every palate. In this article you’ll find some of the best restaurants to visit in Rome 

  1. La Pergola

La Pergola, located on the rooftop of Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, is the only restaurant in Rome with three Michelin stars. The restaurant offers a breathtaking view of the city. Under the direction of renowned chef Heinz Beck who says “Every dish is a vision; as every recipe is the result of a meticulous analysis of every detail and of every aspect. Singular elements that multiply their value within the sum of the whole they represent”.  La Pergola offers a tasting menu that celebrates Italian and Mediterranean haute cuisine. The wine cellar contains over 53,000 bottles and the wine list is impressive with two lists, one of Italian labels and the other from the rest of the world, all selected by the famous sommelier Marco Reitano.

  1. Il Pagliaccio

Located in the heart of Rome, Il Pagliaccio is a restaurant with two Michelin stars, where chef Anthony Genovese creates dishes that are true works of art inspired by his travels around the world and are noticeable in the fusion of oriental and Italian flavors that provide a unique experience. The course “Pigeon with Rhubarb and Red Fruits” shows the chef’s ability to harmonize contrasting ingredients.

  1. Imàgo

Located on the rooftop of the Hotel Hassler, Imàgo offers an incomparable view of the City, including the iconic Piazza di Spagna. The Michelin-starred restaurant is led by chef Andrea Antonini, who combines classic Italian cuisine with a more modern presentation. The ambience is elegant and the panoramic windows create the perfect atmosphere. 

  1. La Terrazza

La Terrazza, located on the rooftop of the Hotel Eden, with a Michelin star and under the leadership of chef Fábio Ciervo, the restaurant offers a culinary experience that combines tradition and innovation of Mediterranean dishes. The panoramic view from the rooftop is the perfect place to enjoy dishes that explore Italian cuisine with creative touches. The tasting menu is a sensory journey, with dishes that masterfully reinterpret Roman classics.

  1. Enoteca La Torre

Located in the aristocratic Villa Laetitia hotel, Enoteca La Torre is a Michelin-starred restaurant that exudes elegance and sophistication. Chef Domenico Stile presents a menu that celebrates Italian tradition with contemporary techniques. The ambience and decor are luxurious, and the service is impeccable. The dishes showcase the chef’s skill in combining flavors.

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