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Cacio e Pepe in Rome at Roscioli Salumeria Ristorante

Eating Cacio e Pepe in Rome at Roscioli Salumeria has been an incredible experience. Not only the excellent Food was outstanding, but also the Location alone is worth any visit. A Feeling like you are eating at a Friends place, while actually, you are sitting in a deli, next to wine bottles, prosciutto thighs and […]

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Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita

Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita

Eating Cacio e Pepe in Rome at Roscioli Salumeria has been an incredible experience. Not only the excellent Food was outstanding, but also the Location alone is worth any visit. A Feeling like you are eating at a Friends place, while actually, you are sitting in a deli, next to wine bottles, prosciutto thighs and various tomato cans.

Lunch at Roscioli Rome

As I went to Roscioli right when they opened for Lunch, at 1:30 pm, I was lucky to still get a chair at the Bar, as I did not make a reservation. If you are planning on eating at Roscioli Salumeria in Rome, make sure to reserve a Table (online on their website)! The highlights of their menu are Roman classics such as Cacio e Pepe, La Matriciana o Amatriciana, Gnocco All’Amatriciana, “La Gricia” di Stefano, Burro e Acciughe or the La Carbonara.
Another loved institution in Rome is their bakery, Antico Forno Roscioli, nearby at Via dei Chiavari 34. Part of the Roscioli empire is also a Bar, everything in an easy walking distance.

When entering Roscioli Salumeria Ristorante in Via dei Giubbonari, just 500m from Piazza Navona and 700m from the Pantheon, you’d think you enter a Store. Floor to ceiling shelves filled with wines and sparkling wines, a Refrigerated display with cheeses and a slight smell of prosciutto, Italian ham. But no, there are small tables to the left and right, this is a Restaurant, in a Deli!

my lunch experience at Roscioli

As I was alone, I was able to eat at their Bar, arm to arm with other tourists and locals. After ordering a Coke (4€) and a Portion of Cacio e Pepe (13€) I received, unexpected, a small plate of Ricotta cheese. A complimentary appetiser. I don’t think that I’ve ever eaten Ricotta solo, just with Olive Oil and black pepper, but it was so good. Together with a thin Focaccia bread, and a small roll with nuts, I enjoyed this delightful dish to get me thoroughly excited for my main dish, the Roman classic Cacio e Pepe. The Cacio e Pepe by Roscioli Ristorante Salumeria is “Fresh Pasta with Roman ‘Pecorino’ Cheese DOP, ‘Cacio’ from Moliterno, ‘Pecorino di Fossa’ from Sogliano del Rubicone and Malaysian black pepper”. You can check out their full menu online, without prices, in this PDF Document. The ‘Roman Classics’ are on Page 7.

The BEST Cacio e Pepe in Rome

And finally they came, yellow Pasta in a deep plate, decorated with grated parmesan cheese and black pepper. Already just by looking at them, they weren’t that heavy in pepper than the Cacio e Pepe by Osteria Angelino dal 1899 in Rome. The Pasta was al dente, mildly covered in black pepper and underneath in the bottom you had a deliciously creamy cheese sauce. Of course, the fresh Pasta was previously stirred in this Pecorino sauce. The ingredients were perfectly coordinated, and the Cacio e Pepe in Rome by Roscioli was a true delight. How to end Lunch with delicious Pasta, an excellent Appetiser, while watching the staff preparing Food and Drinks? Right, with a small dessert. Again by surprise, I received two anise cookies together with liquid and warm chocolate. Wow!

My Lunch at Roscioli Salumeria Ristorante in Rome definitely exceeded my expectations, and it was an authentic culinary experience. For a total price of 20€ for a three-course Lunch including a Drink, I can recommend this Restaurant to everyone looking for an authentic Lunch or Dinner in Rome, besides the Hotel Restaurant at nh Collection Palazzo Cinquecento. And don’t forget to book your table in advance, I added a link above.

Roscioli Salumeria Rome
Address: Via dei Giubbonari 21/22, 00186 Rome, Italy
Website: www.salumeriaroscioli.com
Facebook: facebook.com/RoscioliRistoranteSalumeria
Instagram: @roscioliroma

Pictures of my Lunch at Roscioli Rome, Ricotta, Cacio e Pepe and Cookies with warm chocolate sauce

Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita
Roscioli Salumeria Deli in Rome

Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita

Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita
Roman Classics at Roscioli Salumeria Rome
Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita
having Lunch at the Bar
Ricotta Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita
Complimentary appetiser – Ricotta with black pepper and olive oil (SO good! and various slices of bread
Ricotta Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita
Ricotta at Roscioli Rome
Ricotta Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita
chefs preparing appetisers

Ricotta Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita

Outstanding Location, eating in the middle of a Deli Store in Rome
Outstanding Location, eating in the middle of a Deli Store in Rome
Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita
Cacio e Pepe Rome at Roscioli Salumeria
Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita
a roman classic, Cacio e Pepe
Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita
cookies with warm chocolate sauce
outside Roscioli Salumeria Rome Via dei Giubbonari 21 22
outside Roscioli Salumeria Rome, Via dei Giubbonari 21/22

Cacio e Pepe Rome Roscioli Salumeria JoyDellaVita

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7 responses to “Cacio e Pepe in Rome at Roscioli Salumeria Ristorante”
  1. […] honest, Rome is just a bit nicer than Vienna. But, only a tiny bit (the Romans invented Pasta Cacio e Pepe, the Viennese not, that’s my main reason pro-Rome ) If I enjoy my night train […]

  2. […] all the impressions I had. But besides travelling far, I have found a new favourite City that I re-visited again for the first time in about 8 years, Rome. Roma in February might not have been the typical season to visit, but the magical city got […]

  3. […] my plate of fresh Spaghetto Cacio e Pepe. Overall, I did enjoy my Cacio e Pepe in Palermo, however, the ones in Rome are still a pinch better. The ones by Caligola have been a bit too dry for me. A little more sauce […]

  4. […] Rome, the birthplace of Cacio e Pepe, I already enjoyed these cheesy noodles at Roscioli, which were by absolute favourite, highly recommended, and at Osteria Angelino dal 1899, which tasted okay but I would not recommend […]

  5. […] Low fat curd cheese/Quark, Greek Yoghurt, Kefir, Ricotta […]

  6. […] with a whisk, already add some nice air into the egg white and yolk mixture. Add the freshly grated parmesan, as well as pepper, and mix and whip everything […]

  7. […] for your taste, because of the vinegar, you might want to add a small pinch of sugar. Additional olive oil is not necessary for this dressing, as the green pesto is already pre-prepared with oil. Serve your […]

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