Whether you are vegetarian or not this is one place you should visit while staying in Rome. Just a short distance from the famous Spanish steps and tucked down a side street it is in one of the most fashionable and characterful shopping areas. It stands out not just for the quality and creativity of its food but because it offers diversity of choice. Most restaurants in Rome seem to offer fairly standard menus . There is certainly not the the same range of restuarant cuisines you might routinely find in the UK. So when you have had your fill of Italian specialities head for Il Magutta, It mixes the most incredible ingredients to create mouthwatering and taste packed dishes in a very contemporary and lively setting. It's not the cheapest place to eat and portions are not huge but you can instantly recognise that the owners and chefs have a passion for and understanding of good food. Just order an extra side dish. If you want to eat Italian they have a pasta menu which is nothing like you will find anywhere else. I would recommend the pasta with pistachios. Everyone who tasted it thought it outstanding. Otherwise they have seasoinal menus making the most of vegetables available at that time of year . This constant refreshing of the menu no doubt keep the chefs interested in their food preperation. Expect to pay at least twenty pounds for two courses and a soft drink and up to thirty five if you want to have free range of the menu. But nowhere in Rome (of any standard) is cheap. I found this by accident and returned for the following two nights I was in Rome I was so impressed.
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