We are headed to Rome the week of Easter with our sons aged 8 and 9. I know Italians generally eat late but we are going to try to stay as close to 7ish as best we can. I also tried to pick restaurants in or near Centrico Storico so we can walk from the apartment (near Piazza Navona). We are going to Pizzarium for lunch one day and various markets as we wander the city for lunches. Below is my dinner list and the reason I chose the location. We enjoy great food and HATE places offering kids menus with hot dogs and chicken fingers. Feedback is appreciated!
La Campana - Sunday - I needed a place that was open and they seem to be consistent
Settimio al Pellegrino - not 100% sure about this pick - a later opening and i hear a tourist might not have a great experience
Roscioli - pops up alot in suggestions and very close to our apt.
Da Enzo - genunine Roman trattoria
Enoteca Corsi - gnocchi on Thursdays which one son LOVES
Armando al Pantheon - i wanted a place with a good view the last nite and no one seems to have a good suggestion - this was as close as I could come to meeting the goal and everyone has good things to say about the food