Restaurants in Italy

Italian cuisine is probably the most popular and well-loved in Europe and over the world too. After all, Italy is a home to many food legends like pizza, pasta, ice cream and so much more. Because of that, when it comes to travelling to and visiting Italy, it is always about a gastronomy journey too. Italian food, dishes and desserts are so rich of flavours, colours, culture and history that a short visit to the local family-owned restaurant feels like a whole journey across the country. One of the advantages of the country in terms of cuisine is that each and every region and even each community of Italy is offering its own, very characteristic and distinctive gastronomy experience.

Mostly based on the various culture, history and local fresh produce, but when it comes to Italian cuisine, we talk about the perfect blend of thousands of receipts. However, on the Italian table there are a few staples you definitely one to try in their original, most authentic variation, the way your Italian grandma would cook them if you had one. When it comes to Italy, the restaurant scene is as diverse as the cuisine itself, so everything from small, cosy and family-run food establishments, through the street food stands and to the fancy and elegant restaurants is worth visiting. Browse our page to make sure you discover the best restaurants in Italy!

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La Pergola

A breathtaking view of the Eternal City is revealed to guests at one of the world’s most beautiful restaurants. Under the guidance of Heinz Beck it has become a temple of international gastronomy, historically the first and, still today, the only three-star Michelin in Rome. Every dish is a vision; as every recipe is the result of a meticulous analysis of every detail and of every aspect. Singular elements that multiply their value within the sum of the whole they represent.




L’Antica Trattoria

In the centre of Sorrento, directly opposite the beautiful and solemn roman bell-tower of the cathedral, a little street meanders gently downwards flanked by harmonious 14th-century buildings, and to the sound of the bells, one wanders past little craft and souvenir shops until at the end of the road. One finds the dramatically lovely gardens of a hotel, which was once the winter home of Tasso. This is the Via P. Reginaldo Giuliani and where the little street widens, by a graceful small ceramic fountain, you will find the discreet and tempting entrance to “L’Antica Trattoria”.



Il Pirata

The Kitchen as life follows the rhythm of the seasons. It is a balance of simple choices, respect for raw materials, attention to the cooking because eating well is to feel good. Our kitchen as time follows the rhythm of the seasons is made of simple choices, respect and attention of the raw material in the preparation of the food because eating well is to “live well”.




La Bottega del Buon Caffè

La Bottega del Buon Caffè combines classic Florentine style with a relaxed sense of designer elegance and glamour. Designed by renowned international designer, Jeanette Thottrup, the restaurant interior seamlessly combines the very finest elements of both classic and contemporary design. Near the famous River Arno, La Bottega del Buon Caffèalso offers al-fresco dining beneath the magical shadows of the medieval tower of San Niccolò.