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Once a social club for Rome’s film industry, InRoma sits on a cobbled lane opposite the Palatine Hill. The food is consistently good thanks to careful sourcing of premier ingredients from around Italy. Meals might start with caprese di bufala affumicata (salad of tomatoes and smoked buffalo mozzarella) followed by tagliata (griddled sliced beef) with a red wine reduction. You can eat inside in an understated romantic setting, but we’d recommend you reserve on the terrace for a table to remember. They also serve a 12€ light lunch based around classic Roman pastas like amatriciana (cured pork, tomato, and Pecorino cheese).