Ristorante Dante Taberna De’ Gracchi
Near the Vatican, there’s a restaurant that was originally a popular tavern for the carriage drivers of the nearby Cola Rienzo square, but with the arrival of Dante Mililli in ’61, it took a new and totally different direction. A new name, Taberna de’ Gracchi, and carefully prepared cuisine, have transformed it into an elegant and lively gastronomic landmark with specialties in meat and fish on the grill. The most renowned dish is “bavette ai Gracchi”, with shrimps, courgette flowers and saffron.
Buon Ricordo speciality
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