- On 22 January 2021
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Where to eat in Rome – Archimede Sant’Eustachio
The Archimede Restaurant is the right place where to eat traditional Roman cuisine in Rome. An exceptional location, a stone’s throw from the Pantheon, one of the major monuments of Rome. The square where it’s located is famous for the Caffè Sant’Eustachio. Take the opportunity to have lunch at the restaurant and then taste the famous coffee. Let’s find out more.
Archimede Sant’Eustachio Restaurant
The restaurant is located inside a period building in Piazza dei Caprettari. From there you can admire the 1200 Romanesque bell tower of the Church of Sant’Eustachio. The same is for the sixteenth-century facade of Palazzo Lante. Archimede Restaurant is the right place to eat typical Roman cuisine, ideal for lunch and dinner. Since 1970, traditional Roman cuisine has been combined with products of local origin, thus maintaining the value of the quality of the ingredients that is always high. You can taste artichokes alla giudia, as well as the great mixed fried Archimede with which you can taste a little bit of everything. How can we forget the great classics of the Roman cuisine tradition, such as spaghetti alla carbonara or bucatini all’amatriciana?
Furthermore, we can find the lamb cooked in the scottadito or the oxtail, that you should absolute taste. Part of the menu is also dedicated to the catch of the day, which enriches the offer with slightly more sophisticated tastes.
Traditional Roman Cuisine – Archimede Sant’Eustachio Restaurant – Review
Archimede Sant’Eustachio Restaurant is the ideal place in Rome where to eat traditional Roman cuisine. Extremely welcoming, local and personal, it is located in the heart of Rome, a stone’s throw from the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. The menu includes typical Roman dish, such as carbonara or amatriciana, but also seafood dishes, whose offer depends on the catch of the day. We enjoyed an appetizer based on fried foods: we absolutely recommend the Fritto Archimede so you can taste a bit of everything. There are in fact mozzarella, courgettes and onions fried, artichokes and other specialties. A very light and blond fried: really tasty! The carbonara was also very good, spaghetti al dente and full-bodied.
As a dessert we tasted the homemade cake by “mamma Vincenza” who lovingly welcomed us into her restaurant. A truly unique place in an exceptional location where you can eat traditional Roman cuisine in Rome. Highly recommended!