A trip to Italy is not only a journey through art and culture but is necessarily a journey in taste.
The Italian cuisine is undoubtedly one of the strengths of the “Bel Paese”.
From North to South there are very different traditions allowing you to discover new
flavors everywhere you go.
The current Roman cuisine is a cuisine that reflects the history of Rome by enclosing in itself the most significant elements of a genuine and essential cuisine, made by few simple elements, but with a strong character.
The city is full of restaurants but only a few are historical and where the locals love to go for dinner.
A few steps from the Hotel Amalfi there is one of the most famous “Trattoria” in Rome, opened in 1916.
You can enjoy the real Roman cuisine at the right price, avoiding the famous “tourist traps” .
It is a very simple place where the main aspect is the old recipes and the value for money.
Reservation is highly recommended.
Below is a list of typical Roman dishes that you will have the opportunity to discover:
- Coda alla vaccinara
- Abbacchio (agnello) a scottadito
- Trippa alla Romana
- Rigatoni con Pajata
- Trippa alla romana
- Saltimbocca alla romana
- Spaghetti cacio e pepe
- Bucatini alla Gricia
- Bucatini all’amatriciana (flambé)
- Spaghetti alla carbonara
The Amalfi Hotel staff will be happy to provide all the details and to reserve a table for you in
case you decide to visit this simple and typical Roman Trattoria.