Most restaurants offer a mix of local and national dishes. It is pretty common to have Milan cutlets, Emilia Romagna’s tortellini, Liguria’s pesto or Southern Italy’s parmigiana in eateries here. But if you are after something more special then you should go for regional cuisine restaurants, offering only local dishes from a certain area of Italy. In Rome, you can find many Neapolitan, Sicilian, Sardinian and Abruzzo restaurants, several specialized in Emilia Romagna, Umbria and Marche’s cuisine and a few whose specialties originate from far away regions like Liguria, Calabria and Puglia. Try them, you’ll discover a whole new world of delicacies!
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