Old-school restaurant with rather stuffy service popular with business types, but definitely worth a try if you’re not heading to Bologna, Italy’s declared foodie capital. The cornerstone of any meal here should be the tagliatelle al ragù, with a rich, meaty sauce—ragù is what Bolognese sauce is called up north—the lasagna, which is exceptional, or a typical bollito (assortment of boiled meats served with sauces). If you’ve never “got” all the fuss about tiramisù before, this one will seriously change your mind.