My wife and I will be spending four nights this month in Praiano and six nights in Rome, near Prati. She has been to Rome once before but wasn't too impressed with the food, I've never been to Italy. We are both adventurous eaters and are interested in eating local food/recipes. We are mostly interested in budget options (under 25 Euros per person excluding wine/service), but we will probably have one or two meals that could be around 50 Euros per person. I've found threads that mention specific restaurants in Rome, but they do not always mention the price and some of the places are listed as Restaurants on Chowhound but with a dearth of reviews.
I have a few questions and any response will be greatly appreciated, even if it's just a link to a previous thread.
1. Is Da Michele the best place for pizza in Naples?
2. Is Caffe Gambrinus the best Caffe in Naples?
3. Where is the best place to get sfogliatelle in Naples?
4. We are planning on going to Hosteria il Pino restaurant in Praiano, any recommendations?
5. Any recommendations for places in Positano/Amalfi/Ravello, preferably with an emphasis on fresh seafood?
6. Based on what I've read here the three places I'm interested about in Rome are La Campana, Roscioli and Checchino dal 1887 but I would like more information on how expensive they are?
7. As for Checchino dal 1887 is there a better or cheaper place to get adventurous Roman dishes?
8. Any recommendations for places that have fabulous homemade Roman pasta dishes: Carbonara, Bucatini all'Amatriciana, Cacio E Pepe?
9. Does Tazza D'Oro have the best cappuccino in Rome?
10. Does La Gelateria Frigidarium have the best gelato in Rome?
Via Cesare Sersale, 1, Naples, Campania 80139, IT
Vicolo della Campana, 18, Roma, IT 00186, IT
Checchino dal 1887
Via di Monte Testaccio, 30, Rome 00153, IT
Via dei Giubbonari 21/23, Rome, Lazio 00186, IT
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