Colline Emiliane


For decades, this family owned and operated restaurant near the Trevi Fountain has been serving satisfying dishes from the Emilia region in northeastern Italy.  Colline Emiliane has been in business since 1931. The Latini family, the current owners, took it over in 1967. Year in and year out, the kitchen turns out reliable, consistent, hearty food that tastes genuine and homemade.

It’s not just the food that is decidedly un-Roman. The service is really really nice! Try the homemade pasta dishes and meaty secondi and do leave room for dessert.

Ambiance: Grandma’s house.
Budget: Moderate.
Value: Good.
Recommended dishes: Tortelli di zucca, lasagna (Sunday lunch), tagliatelle alla bolognese, dessert.
Open: Tues-Sat 12:45-14:45 & 19:30-22:45, Sun 12:45-14:45. Closed Sundays in July. Closed August 1-September 7. Closed December 24, 25, 31 & January 1.
How to get there: Take metro A to Barberini.
Credit cards: Yes.

Address: Via degli Avignonesi 22
Telephone: +39 064817538

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