For our last meal in Rome before heading to Florence, we (my husband and I) are looking for a traditional Roman meal. We will be in Rome May 9-13th - hoping artichokes will be available...
As I understand it, Perilli has fantastic Carbonara. I don't know what are the "must order" dishes at La Campana are.
Value is also important, and I would like to stay under 75 E if possible.
My other lunches include; L'Asino d'Oro, Enoteca Corsi, Palatium or Colline Emiliane (depends on if we day trip to Bologna from Florence) or Da Gino vs Da Tonino - if we decide to go more of the value route.
Dinners include; Trattoria Monti, Trattoria Lilli, Pizzeria TBD.
Thank you in advance. Reading this board and Fred Plotkin's book has me so excited!