Where to Savor the Best Italian Cuisines

With the world’s most worshiped cooking styles, Italy is an exquisite destination for foodies. Pizza and pasta are revered across the globe, there is substantially more on offer: fantastic cheeses, rich bakery products, savory chilled meats,, rich stews, herb-decorated dishes, desserts and not to forget the beloved gelato, apparently the world’s finest treat. Whether you devour in Michelin-starred eateries or open-air restaurants, expect to be thrilled by the variety of the crisp fixings.

Pizzarium

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 An unpretentious gourmet delight, subtle Pizzarium serves some of Rome’s best pizza. Served on a wooden slashing board, its delicate dough and flawless covering are done with remarkable flavors there’s also a daily specialty of supplì (crunchy rice croquettes), presses and chilled ales

La Rosetta

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 Operated by Roman food connoisseur Massimo Riccioli, La Rosetta is among the capital’s first ever and best-known fish eateries. The menu, which is suitable for both vegetarian and meat-eaters, gives rich choices of raw   and amazing fish dishes A less extravagant lunch menu is served Monday to Saturday.

All’Arco

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Get entranced by this local osteria for getting the best cicheti (bar snacks). Stacked with flavors from the Rialto bazaar, father-son duo Francesco and Matteo  serve small delights for instance, white asparagus with pancetta, and raw butterfish which is marinated in mint and olive oil for about 24 hours.

 Il Santo Bevitore

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 Arrive by the early evening to gain the table at this eulogized spot, a tribute to in vogue eating where gastronomes eat by candlelight in vaulted and whitewashed insides. The menu is a revival of classics, unmistakable for lunch and dinner: cabbage soup with mozzarella cream and anchovy syrup, acacia nectar mousse with sweet wine marinated dry fruits.

 La Locanda di Pietracupa

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The expenses at this eatery near the late-Renaissance haven of the Madonna di Pietracupa are sensible considering the way of the finestTuscan cuisines on offer. You can enjoy the long lunch on the outside yard, or book one of the four B&B rooms and settle in for an intriguing dinner in the rich parlor zone.

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