Via Antonio Da Gaeta, 26 Rome,
Burned out on pasta? Here’s a perfect change of pace near Termini. Everything is served Eritrean style, without silverware, with lively décor (with zebras painted on the bright yellow walls) all around. The injera, the traditional spongy and sour absorbent bread, is used to gather up the zighini (spicy beef) and sambussa (minced meat logs).