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Tourist information on ethnic restaurants in Rome that offer cuisine from all over the world.

According to an old saying, the Ancient Romans, convinced of their historic supremacy, had no need to travel since Rome Caput Mundi had dominated all peoples and brought back to the capital their respective customs and traditions. Rome today, has become recognized as a modern capital and has opened up its gates to the culinary traditions of foreign cultures.

Restaurant - ATM Sushi Bar
Via della Penitenza, 7
Rome

An authentic sushi bar located in the heart of Trastevere. In a short time, it has become a meeting point for all fans of rolls of rice and very fresh fish, prepared meticulously according to the Japanese technique that perfectly unites deliciousness, health, and an exquisite sense of presentation. In the center of the high-tech interior with leather couches is a big U-shaped counter where the masters from the Land of the Rising Sun prepare sushi, tempura and sashimi, and other delicacies

Restaurant Baires
Corso Rinascimento, 1
Rome

Baires offers patrons an Argentine meal as well as a taste of life near the mouth of the Plata. Wooden furnishings, murals, and majolicas create a spirited atmosphere while tango music keeps the beat in the background. The culinary line faithful to the flavor of tradition is successfully influenced by Italian cuisine. Enjoy Matambre ( meat roll), Locro ( white corn and vegetable soup), and trofiette pasta with pesto. Along with imported Argentine meat which is the pride of Baires.

Restaurant Flann O'Brien
Via nazionale, 17
Rome

Old Ireland is at home in Rome in the very typical atmosphere of Flann O'Brien which faithfully recreates an interior of an Irish pub. The menu makes just about any palate happy: next to the Irish specialties like Gaelic steak, you can find bruchette, crepes, salads, goulash with potatoes and penne in vodka sauce, along with of course, glorious Irish beers.

Restaurant Himalaya Palace

Gianicolense, 227-9
Rome

Restaurant Himalaya Palace provides the opportunity to taste the specialties of Indian cuisine characterized by the typical terracotta tandoori oven where chicken ( previously marinated), lamb and different varieties of Naan ( bread that accompanies the courses) are baked. For an introduction to Indian cuisine the restaurant offers three tasting menu's based on meat, fish or vegetarian dishes.

Restaurant El Pueblo
Via Giacinto de' Vecchi Pieralice, 34-36
Rome

Restaurant El Pueblo offers the main dishes of traditional Mexican cuisine ( enchiladas, burritos, quesadillas) along with elaborate Mexican/pre-Columbian recipes, prepared exclusively with products used by the Mayan and Aztec civilizations. Ancient dishes includes Tamales ( steamed corn rolls filled with cheese and meats) and albondigas ( meatballs dressed with cactus leaves).

Restaurant Crazy Bull Café

Via Riano, 1
Rome

Restaurant Crazy Bull cafe is a tex-mex style joint with various dishes made in the USA and "American Graffiti atmosphere of the 50's and 60's that adds a flavor of fun to informal meals. The restaurant offers a wide variety of dishes from a wide assortment of salads, pizzas and entrees ranging from fried chicken, ribs, steak, authentic American burgers and hot dogs to chill dishes.

According to an old saying, the Ancient Romans, convinced of their historic supremacy, had no need to travel since Rome caput Mundi had dominated all peoples and brought back to the capital their respective customs and traditions. Rome today, has become recognized as a modern capital and has opened up its gates to the culinary traditions of foreign cultures.