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Voted best Trattoria in Rome 2008: “Maccheroni”

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October 26, 2009 Food & Drink, Shops and Specialties No Comments

Trattoria Maccheroni (not pictured) has been voted the best Trattoria in Rome by Romans, in 2008. This distinctive trattoria on Piazza delle Coppelle carries the name of Italy’s most popular dish worldwide.

The restaurant has maintained and emphasized the delightful details of its rustic structure for an ambience that is inimitably welcoming and warm.

‘Maccheroni’s menu offers true, traditionally homemade Roman cuisine, as well as Italian regional specialties. Its wine list includes house wine and Chianti, as well as Italy’s finest labels. Trattoria ‘Maccheroni’ is located in the heart of one of Rome’s most ancient neighborhoods and just a stone’s throw from piazza Navona and the Pantheon.

Address: Piazza delle Coppelle, 44 (Map)
Telephone Number: +39 06 68307895


Source: lifeinitaly.com

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