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Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, After-hours
Italian, Mediterranean, European, Romana, Lazio, Central-Italian
Reservations, Seating, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
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Reviewed 5 October 2020

we ate here twice as we loved it so much it is high quality food in a friendly atmosphere the mixed vegetarian antipasti we shared and it was out of this world, as was the spaghetti with prawns our waiter was friendly and helpful the...wine and bread also high quality will definitely come backMore

Date of visit: October 2020
Reviewed 8 September 2020

Ditirambo is tucked away inauspiciously near some very busy areas and has only been going about 15 years. I've been going for about ten and have always enjoyed my time spent there and the superb food they cook. They rotate the menu regularly but maintain...very high standards across dishes and over time. waiters are knowledgeable friendly and courteous, and food is always of a high standard. I wont bore you with what i ate this time, but do recommend you BOOK and GO if in Rome. if you are lucky too, the rabbit linguine will be on the menu, if not...its all good and you wont be disappointed. marvellous restaurant and a winner in one of the most competitive eating areas of the world.More

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed 28 May 2020

During a two-month stay on Campo de' Fiori, we had the opportunity to dine at Ditirambo -- which we happened into by chance -- and explore the excellent menu. Super friendly place, mix of locals and tourists. Many more veg options than on the typical...Roman menu. The eggplant polpette are a standout and I wish we could find a way to recreate them. We will make a beeline for Ditirambo when we can travel again.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed 13 February 2020

Overall the food was reasonable, my salt cod excellent, the roasted potatoes and endive average, a prawn and artichoke dish wanting of more than 3 prawns, but... and a very important but, the waiter's manner was condescending and arrogant, unpleasant even. It never feels comfortable...not leaving a tip but on this occasion it was an easy decision to make.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed 20 January 2020

Went here after a recommendation from a local guy in a nearbu bar. How can you make 3 things (cheese, pasta and pepper) taste so amazing! Ciaco e pepe was heavenly, carpaccio was great and Barolo Chinato was an excellent companion to the raspberry semi-fredo.

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed 13 January 2020

due to its location in city centre, the restaurant was full of tourists but italians. however, this establishment could compete with any trattoria or osteria. anti pasti was good, pasta was phenomenal and service was great. desert was nothing worth to write about and can...be skipped at all.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed 11 January 2020

A short walk from our hotel and with the weather so mild, we ate outside and loved it. Even though it felt like you were eating in an alley, it was so fun and great for people watching. Our waiter was energetic, fun, and recommended...some great dishes and nice bottle of vino. We shared the Fettuccine and the Spaghetti and I know it sounds cliche but so much better than what you get in the States. Fresh, flavorful, and more than we could eat. And at the end, our waiter surprised us with (2) complimentary shots of limoncello.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed 10 January 2020

We were four. My friend found this place somehow. I don't know. He just said meet us there. Cozy spot. The table we were at butted up right against another and the other people got up to move. I had grilled octopus that was really...good. I followed that with a house said that was very plentiful for only 3 euros. Everyone else really enjoyed their food. It was a great find and I would certainly go back. Everyone was really nice.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed 2 January 2020 via mobile

Recommend. Had Ditirambo trio appetizer- must try, the combination is great. Flower with cheese, tartar and duck breast. The service is good too. No bad remarks. Everything on time , good conversation. Main dish - the squid and lamb ribs . Great. Tiramisu- great too.

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed 1 January 2020

Myself and my partner are visiting Rome for a New Yesr break and booked into Ditirambo for their set NYE meal. The restaurant has a fab atmosphere and is situated just off a lovely lively square. For 130 euros each for NYE the food and...drinks were more than plentiful! The staff were so kind and welcoming. Nothing was too much trouble and they genuinely cared that everyone was enjoying their food and evening with them. Such a brilliant restaurant with excellent food, drinks and service. We hope to come back to Ditirambo again very soon. Thank you, KarenMore

Date of visit: January 2020
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3 August 2016|
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Response from JuliaR178 | Reviewed this property |
No idea about glutenfree food there. As for the dresscode for the dinner, we havn't noticed any trace- everything is just casual including the staff
22 June 2016|
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Response from 679edwardy | Reviewed this property |
The "bread" / coperto charge is pretty standard in Rome, from my experience. I've asked local Italians about this and they are also charged coperto. I'm not sure what the additional $9 charge is. Could it be foreign... More
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