Just a stone’s throw away from Piazza di Spagna, the Antica Enoteca, established in 1720, is still to this day one of the most popular haunts in Rome’s historic centre.
The wine cellar boasts around one hundred, mostly Italian labels, which are offered in rotation and by the glass.
Quick meals and snacks consisting of cheese, cold cuts, salami and salads are available alongside full meals.
The restaurant serves light, fresh appetizers, such as Rolled Bresaola with Orange and Smoked Salmon or Swordfish. It also serves delicious pasta dishes, such as Macheroncini alla Fieramosca and Four Cheese Tortelloni.
The Olive-Stuffed Turkey Fagottino wrapped in pancetta and Pork Loin with Smoked Provolone cheese stand out among the main courses.
Delicious desserts, such as carrot cake and cheesecake, also feature on the menu.