Ristorante Tre Archi
Rome, IT-RM 186 Italy 06.686.5890
“Solid” is serious praise for a Rome trattoria and Tre Archi qualifies. It’s a local merchant and businessman favorite on Via dei Coronari, the artisan boutique and antique store-lined street that snakes off from Piazza Farnese. You’ll find plenty of early (8 p.m.) eat-alone diners, so don’t be shy, particularly after a long day walking the streets of the center.
A large selection of antipasti (carciofi alla romana, and co.) is supplemented by strong Roman pasta staples, including orecchiette con broccoli (tender stalks of the vegetable), ravioli with ricotta and spinach, and spaghetti all’amatriciana. The ossobucco — veal shanks — is a good second. In summer, start your meal with prosciutto con melone. Archi is a better autumn and winter dining choice, since there’s no outdoor seating. Fresh fruit for dessert. Prices run €20-30 a head with a liter of house or red.
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