DINING Indian Affairs (Indian) Governo Vecchio, 79. Tel 0668808124. (€€) bistrotwinebarpasquino.com iconic fountain. of the Four Rivers. Open daily, 11am–11pm. Pza Navona, 37. Tel 066864028. Credit cards accepted. (€€/€€€) ristorante- 4fiumi.com Did you know? Map D3 Serving cuisine from all over India with a selection of traditional dishes like tandoori chicken, prawn vindaloo, and aloo gobi in an elegant setting. Open daily, 11:30am– 3:30pm and 6:30–11:30pm. Via Palermo, 6b. Tel 0645437655. Credit cards accepted. (€€) ristoranteindianaffairs.com The Bombay Blues (Indian) Map D3 Amatriciana, gricia, carbonara, cacio e pepe Easily the most elegant Indian restaurant in Rome, this intimate eatery offers diners a luxurious culinary journey through the traditional flavors, colors, and scents of the subcontinent. Enjoy specialties such as tandoori chicken, rice biryani, fresh naan, aloo palak, tikka masala, lamb vindaloo, samosas, and many other delicacies. Open daily, 11am– 3pm and 6–11:30pm. Via del Piè di Marmo, 36. Tel 0689830199. (€€/€€€) thebombaybluesroma.com and are the royal flush of Roman pasta dishes. The Abbey Theatre (Irish) Map F3 Irish beers on tap: Guinness, Harp, and Kilkenny plus bottled beer, and a long list of Irish whiskeys. Open for lunch and dinner. Fast menu: burger, fries, and a beer for €10. Cowboy menu: 250g steak, fries, salad, and beer for €16. Open Sun–Thu, 11am–2am; Fri–Sat, until 3am. Via del Governo Vecchio, 51/53. Tel 066861341. (€€) abbey- rome.com Krishna 13 (Indian) Try the tandoori specialties, curries, kerala paratha, samosas, and more at this authentic and inviting Indian restaurant. Tripadvisor’s Certificate of Excellence 2010–2015. Open daily, 11am– 4pm and 7–11:30pm. Via Foscolo, 13. Tel 067005267. (€/€€) krishna13ristorante.com Map D/E3 Map C/D3 Map F3/4 Capranica Enoteca & Taverna (Italian) Mother India (Indian) Antica Trattoria da Luigi (Italian) Elegant restaurant with a refined menu featuring truffle gnocchi, homemade pasta with porcini mushrooms, charcuterie, swordfish, grilled meats, and pizza. The wine bar boasts over 1000 labels, distilled liquors, and Italian draught beers. Buffet menu at lunch. Open Tue–Sun, 11am–2am. Piazza Capranica, 104. Tel 066790860. Cel 3357581781. Credit cards accepted. (€€) Enjoy authentic Indian delicacies including mixed tandoori, shrimp vindaloo ( slightly spicy), fish kofta, and chicken or mutton Madras. Fixed menus: vegetarian (€14), meat (€19), shrimp or fish (€ 22). Open daily. Via dei Serpenti, 148. Tel 064740777. Credit cards accepted. (€€) motherindia.it; motherindia68@ yahoo.com Typical Roman and Mediterranean dishes such as octopus carpaccio, fettuccine alla Luigi (shellfish, tomato, and arugula), and baked turbot with potatoes. Open for lunch and dinner. Closed Mon. Piazza Sforza Cesarini, 23/24. Tel 066865946/0668805463. Credit cards accepted. (€€) Map F4 Map C3 Map D/E3 Bistrot Pasquino (Italian) NAVONA & PANTHEON Il Falchetto (Italian) Cozy, quaint restaurant serving pizza, pasta, mixed cheese platters, and much more. Spark your appetite with a bruschetta with various toppings, charcuterie board, or a salads, then continue with a plate of classic Roman pasta like carbonara or cacio e pepe. Specializes in wine and cocktails. Open every day, 7am–2am. Via del Serving customers since 1916 just steps from bustling Via del Corso in the heart of the city, with charming indoor and outdoor seating. The well- stocked wine list allows for perfect pairing with classic Roman pasta dishes like cacio e pepe and carbonara as well as fish and meat secondi. 4 Fiumi (Italian) Situated inside stunning Piazza Navona and serving Mediterranean cuisine from pasta to fish to meat. Outdoor seating in front of Bernini’s 40 WHERE ROME I NOVEMBER 2019
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