The most fashionable and most trendy restaurant in Rome is MET which is located in the Ponte Milvio area. MET has a minimalistic design philosophy and uses white and black as colors with the dark tones of the brown tables. The menu appeals to a variety of tastes in order to appease its jet set and trendsetter clientele. Maccheroni located at Piazza delle Coppelle is considered the best Trattoria and Antica Pesa is the best classic Roman historical restaurant. The best Roman pizza is served at MonteCarlo near the Piazza Navona and the best fish restaurant is Quinzi & Gabrieli, which is situated on a small street near the Pantheon in the heart of Rome.
A trip to Rome without tasting the wine would be a definite miss. The Enoteca Costantini located directly on Piazza Cavour, near Castle Saint Angelo and the famous Vatican wall, is a virtual institution for wine aficionados. With a selection of wine labels numbering more than 4,000 and a choice of spirits exceeding 1,000 this cantina is a special treat.