A very nice restaurant to enjoy the great traditional Roman food, wine, to feel the historic atmosphere and the enormous enthusiasm of the host/owner.
1 - 10 of 516 reviews
Is this restaurant, at least the wine cellar which can be visited. The welcome was very warm by the owner (ex sailorman). The food was excellent and prepared by the owners wife. Products of fresh and high quality. Very Nice envirement ( used to be...More
I was told that it is "slow cooking" that makes their food so good. Whatever the reason this was a great dinner and one of my favorites from this Rome trip. To add to my pleasure the service was as good as the food.
We had a very nice time between girls. The owner is the best adviser ever and gives a lesson of history for each plat we order amazing! The underground cave is just absolutly the place to see when you enjoy good wine. Thanks for making...More
This restaurant serves slow cook food using the best ingredients only. The dishes on the menu are quite heavy but all are made according to traditional recipe. I ordered the slow cook pork and the steak. They were made perfectly. The service was good and...More
This is my second visit. Had the most wonderful meal. Chingale on the menu!! The chicken liver pate incredible. Part of the “slow food” movement it’s genuine Roman cooking at its best. This restaurant is on the site of a Synagogue - for which the...More
This was an outstanding meal in wonderful surroundings with excellent staff. The owners support the slow food movement and it shows. The menu was first class with Roman dishes as well as more traditional ones. All the dishes were excellent and beautifully presented. The service...More
Delicious food and wine in Rome. Restaurant was originally a Synagogue although didn't see any features. Lovely wine cellar which we were encouraged to visit. Restaurant was Jewish style, not kosher and had pork on the menu! We had the delicious chicken liver pate and...More
Our last time in Rome, we read about Spirito Divino but didn't get there. This time we had one night and made it our destination. We are very glad we did. Romeo, the host, is charming. He tells the story of the building, it use...More
From the moment I arrived I knew Spirito di Vino was special. The owner greeted me as if I was the only person to ever enter his domain. His description of the history and age of the location enticed me downstairs to view the ancient...More