In a medieval synagogue on a 2nd-century street (which you can visit on a cellar tour), the Catalani family does exceptional modern plates (like an appetizer salad of spinach, pine nuts, pomegranate, and gorgonzola) as well as ancient Roman cuisine (like maiale alla mazio, a favorite pork dish of Julius Caesar’s). The food is as warm and comforting as the ambience. Finish with the delicately perfumed lavender panna cotta, a cream-based dessert.
Ristorante Spirito DiVino
Via dei Genovesi 31 , Rome
Our Rating Neighborhood Trastevere Hours Mon–Sat 7–11:30pm Transportation
Bus: H, 23, 44, 280. Tram: 8.Phone 06-5896689 Prices . Main courses 12€–26€ Cuisine Type Roman/Slow Food Web site Spirito DiVino
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