One of the highlights of my last trip to Rome was dinner at a newly discovered restaurant Casa Coppelle. I can’t recommend it more. Cosy, warm, trendy without being pretentious. And comfortable. The menu’s price-range, like many Italian menus, makes it accessible to all. You can enjoy a courgette, soft cheese and saffron risotto for 10 euros, or try one of their homemade pasta dishes. Equally if you want a good piece of meat (like I did) go for ‘Beef delights with sesame seeds and speck on a balsamic sauce’ (21 euros). The Chef’s suggestions are all really good and don’t skip pudding: the panna cotta is to die for. Book to avoid disappointment. The wine bar next door is a delight if you don’t want to end the evening after dinner.
Piazza delle Coppelle, 49