Eat Rome

Eat Rome


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All roads may lead to Rome, but not all end up at the greatest restaurants, bakeries and pizzerias. Italy has some of the most delicious food in the world, but sorting the best from the rest is a challenge. With Elizabeth Minchilli’s Eat Rome in your pocket you’ll be sure that every morsel of food you put in your mouth is the best.


“Trust me, no one knows food in Rome like Elizabeth does.”
-Frank Bruni Former Chief Restaurant Critic, New York Times

“Elizabeth is a food writer. Unsurprisingly, she knows all the best places to eat in Rome, including a gelateria that serves a frozen rice pudding (and if they don’t serve this kind of thing in heaven, then I really don’t want to go there.)
-Elizabeth Gilbert, in Eat, Pray, Love.

“Elizabeth Minchilli is my food guru in Rome.”
-Evan Kleiman, Host of KCRW’s Good Food, Best-selling cookbook author
and owner of AngeliCaffe.


* EXPERT FOOD ADVICE - Minchilli has been reporting on the food scene in Rome for magazines and newspapers for years, and is the go-to source for insiders.

* MORE than just restaurants, you’ll find bakeries, wine bars, kitchen and food stores, coffee bars and everything a die hard foodie could dream of.

* MORE lively and opinionated content. Minchilli lets you know the score, telling you what you’ll expect and what to look for.


* Avoid tourist traps and go straight to the best in Rome.
* Browse through 150 carefully selected entries.
* One click website links go directly to the source.
* Share reviews, photos and user comments
* Access content anytime, anywhere.
* View more than 900 photos.

Stay tuned for the next free upgrade, adding more videos, photos and categories like PICNICS, VEGETARIAN ROME, BEST BUTCHERS and FRESH FISH.

★ About the Author ★

Elizabeth Minchilli has been eating her way through Rome her entire life. She is the author of six books on Italian living, and contributes to over forty magazines and newspapers, including Bon Appetit, Food & Wine and The International Herald Tribune. She has appeared on Gourmet's Diary of a Foodie and KCRW's Good Food. She writes about all the good stuff in Italy on her blog Elizabeth Minchilli in Rome.

★ About Sutro Media ★

This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!

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Tags: eat rome, places to eat in rome italy.

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Comments and ratings for Eat Rome
  • (16 stars)

    by randall weiss on 13/05/2014

    This was a really useful app to have during our weeklong stay in Rome. Although I did consult a variety of reviews (which is always a good idea), it's really handy to be able to mark certain restaurants as favorites, to then pull out categories depending on your immediate need (e.g., pizza, gelato, restaurants), and use the GPS to tell you how far you are from each one when you're walking around.

  • (16 stars)

    by Andrew Salmon on 18/04/2014

    This should have been useful. Nice to consider before you're arrive but not useful when get there. So many restaurants and so little coverage and weak search criteria. What does then the creator think of Emilia Colline I would like to know? Very tough to compete with the big guys.

  • (16 stars)

    by Peter Davies on 10/04/2014

    I can't wait to get to Rome to try the recommendations. Elizabeth makes this app a joy to use, with her personal touches.

  • (16 stars)

    by Susan Kelly on 24/01/2014

    Extremely useful appt.

  • (16 stars)

    by Michael Axelrod on 05/07/2013

    Some recommendation ate right on, but some will lead you to tourist traps, so do cross-reference with trip advisor reviews. As far as the app goes: user interface is OK but not as functional as Zagat or trip advisor.

  • (16 stars)

    by Simon Milner on 03/03/2013

    Good recommendations from someone who clearly knows and loves Rome. Recommendations check against other sources. Handy offline reference but would be better if maps did not need data connection.