A fundamental part of every journey is to know the local culture to the fullest, and the tasting of typical dishes that the history of the city or region offers cannot be missed.
For this reason, head over to Ar Grottino der Traslocatore, where you can taste the typical Roman cuisine in the heart of one of the oldest and most characteristic areas of the city.
"Ar Grottino der Traslocatore" was born in 1967, in an ancient Roman cave dug into the tufa by the post-war boys of the 5 prototype villas of lot 11. If you were curious to find out how a real Trattoria Romana was made, here is exactly what you will find.
On the menu you can choose only dishes of typical Roman cuisine – from appetisers to desserts – each course reflects our tradition, including wine. If you want to taste more recipes, you can ask for half portions and order more dishes, this is definitely a nice way to not miss anything of the delicious typical Roman cuisine.
Entrance to the Trattoria in one of the historic buildings of the Garbatella district.
A delicious dish called ‘Pasta Cacio e Pepe’. ‘Cacio e Pepe’ means ‘cheese and pepper’, and is a popular pasta dish in Rome.
Another typical Roman cuisine ‘Pasta all'Amatriciana’.