Pietro al Pantheon Review | Rome, Italy


Being close to the tourist area around the Pantheon means that the quality of food is relatively low and the prices are relatively high. So when you stumble upon a quaint gem of a restaurant in such an area, you have to rave about it!
The WC stayed in a boutique hotel overlooking the square outside the Patheon. So when we found the Pietro Al Pantheon Restaurant we were so excited. The quaint interior is illuminated by lit candles and old furniture and makes you feel as if you’ve stepped into Nanna’s library. The choices on the menu are not as substantial as the touristy restaurants that surround it but the limited choices mean that the quality and authenticity of the dishes are assured. We tried the bruschetta, carbonara, amatriciana, and the roman grilled, whole fish. All the dishes were fresh and packed with delicious ingredients, such as sweet, juicy tomatoes, and thick pieces of bacon. The highlight was definitely the grilled fish served in a roman style with a fresh lemon sauce, cherry tomatoes and some rocket.
The meal for four only set us back 104euros including 4 free glasses of Prosecco as we had a short wait for a table outside, and is therefore great value for Rome.
We highly recommend the Pietro al Pantheon for your next visit to Rome.
Where// Via dei Pastini 125, 00186 Rome, Italy
Contact//+39 06 678 9940// E: info@dapietroalpantheon.it
Website// http://www.dapietroalpantheon.it/en/