Termini Station Restaurants, Rome

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    The Odd Room: Close to my hotel

    by egonwegh Updated Jul 25, 2014

    The Odd Room is an easy going restaurant, with good food and friendly waiters who even did their best to explain the menu to me in English. Plain furniture, wooden tables and bar stools. I sat close to the front door, but there are also benches at the back for couples in search of a little more privacy.

    Favorite Dish: I had a three course menu: bruschettone, some kind of pasta with carbonara, and crema catalana for dessert; and not one, but two large glasses of red wine (restaurant within walking distance of my hotel!). I paid euro 28.50.

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    Filipino Cuisine in Rome

    by Chinggis_n_Borte Written Mar 4, 2014

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    Outside of Roma Termini station, heading towards via Marghera, we saw a sign advertising a Filipino cuisine restaurant at via Montebello 66.

    We checked our map and saw that via Montebello is near Repubblica Metro station, and in walking distance from Roma Termini.

    So we decided to attend the Filipino restaurant for dinner.

    Favorite Dish: Pancit Canton (Chinese style noodles stir-fried with a Filipino twist),
    Sinigang Baboy (Sinigang is made of tamarind - it is a delicious sour tangy flavour)

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    Lost the name,see the photo: One bad pasta,one good pasta

    by Turska Written Oct 13, 2008

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    We were so hungry,and it was time of siesta.This was only place open if you don´t count McDonalds(and i don´t)..It was on our way to Termini from Spanish steps.We walked Via Sistina,via san Basillo and so on.
    It is from either of those,in little death end alley-you may know it from photo.

    Favorite Dish: I had good Spaghetti aglio e olio(lots of good bites of garlic),but my husband had a lasagna,and if you watch the photo-you hardly know it´s lasagna,and he said it tasted like one of those,witch are sold at plastic-boxes at supermarkets-or even worse.If you are Finnish,he said it´s like"Jalostaja lasagne" served at school.

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    termini train station: surprise location

    by serenagrimaldi Written Nov 5, 2007

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    If you are on a tight budget, and your italian is not so good, the self service cafeteria on Termini station is great. All the food is fresh cooked on the premises, and you can help yourself. The restaurant itself is built into some Roman excavations, which makes it an interesting environment.

    Favorite Dish: I have never had a bad meal there, and the fresh fruit salads are especially nice!!.

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    Moka'Caffe' Foodhall CREMONINI S.P.A.: The restaurant of the self style in the Termini st

    by moacha Updated Jul 19, 2007

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    Although a stand-up meal is also ready like Bar,
    That is a restaurant of a large self style has many table seats in the second floor and the third floor.
    If it becomes a meal time,
    it will pay by taking up about ten kinds of daily dishes by oneself. Use of a card is also O.K.
    I ordered that bread, pilaf, a salad of a tomato, and the Coke , and it is all. 9.15 euros.
    Dishes also have volume and are tasty.

    Favorite Dish: Breakfast, lunch, diner in each time zone, Some kind of table d'hote are also prepared .
    These are cheaper.

    Except a mealtime belt, it is almost the same as ordinary Bar, and becomes sale of breads,cakes and coffee, or soft drinks.

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    Tavola Calta Ristorante: Yummi Yummi

    by lina112 Updated May 11, 2006

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    We discover this little restaurant the first day we arrived to Rome. After arrive to the hotel and undo the luggage we were hungry and went out to termini area to have dinner. It was the first restaurant we saw on Via Marsala and it was like love at first sight, the food was delicous and the staff were very nice. We repeated for a few days more for lunch and dinner again. Prices are very good, pizza and pasta for 5 euros, you can eat there or take away to eat on the hotel or at home.

    Descubrimos este restaurante el primer día que llegamos a Roma. Después de llegar al hotel y deshacer la maleta estabamos hambrientas y salimos buscar algo de cenar. Comenzamos a andar por la vía marsala y paramos en este pequeño restaurante y fue como amor a primera vista, la comida es fantastica y el personal muy amable. Repetimos en este restaurante varios días mas tanto para almorzar y cenar. Los precios son muy buenos, pizza y pasta desde 5 euros, puedes comer allí o llevartelo a casa o al hotel.

    Favorite Dish: My favourite dishes was pizzas and rice ball, very nice.

    Mi plato favorito fue la pizza y una bola de arroz que están deliciosas

    Ummmm Pizza
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    NEIRNO'S EATERY: Only in Rome you say!

    by Davelyn Written Jan 9, 2006

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    This local eatery has been here for at least 2 generations & is visited by the Roman locals as well as the many travellers that come here to Rome. This cellar restuarant is located by the Santa Anna Pensioni 4 blocks from Santa Maria Majorrie Church. It opens around 19:30.

    Favorite Dish: They have just about anything you would like in an Italian dish , but there is a special Spegetti that can be ordered in which they prepare in their own way. The noodles are cooked & then added to their own ingredience of block cheese (orange or white cheese). The addative of spieces is mixed into this stirred , which melts the cheese into the spagetti and walla, a superb dish fit for a king.

    A wonderful Meal
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    Breakfast in Rome Termini station: Breakfast at the train station

    by sue_stone Written Nov 7, 2004

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    If you are heading out of Rome early, or are staying near the station and need somewhere for breakfast, there is a great cafe/deli on the right, just as you walk into the station, off Via Marsala.

    We stopped off here for a quick coffee and croissant before catching the metro. They also make good panini.

    It also has a small deli and sells some great looking local products.

    breakfast stop
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    Smeraldo: small restaurants II

    by tompt Written Jan 23, 2004

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    A restaurant - pizzeria in an area filled with hotels. The people eating here are again almost all tourists. This pizzeria cooks on a wood furnace. The service is fast and speaks good english.

    Be aware, a large beer is a 1 liter glass !!

    We had a great appetizer: stuffed olives.

    The restaurant is closed on monday.

    Gonnie hidden behind her beer......

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    Tudini: The best pizza I ate in Rome...

    by Erin74 Written Oct 8, 2003

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    This restaurant was one of the only ones open in the area during the blackout (they have a generator). The interior is elegant, and we were surprised at how affordable the prices were for such an upscale place. The service was excellent and the pizza was to die for!

    Favorite Dish: The pizza was wonderful... Thin, flaky crusts, fresh toppings (I highly recommend the four cheese pizza as well!). Yummy!

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    Beside the Termini Station: Do you like Chinese?

    by fed-up Written Oct 18, 2002

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    This restaurant was fantastic - a 3-course meal for 6 Euros with bottled water - no problem!!!

    I ended up avoiding the Italian restaurants as the service was terrible, the food was served to me burnt and the waiters had developed abusive behaviour to an abstract art-form.

    The restaurant was smart, efficient - and the food delicious! (It was also full of Chinese diners, and you know what they say - if you see a lot of Chinese eating in a Chinese restaurant then its a sign its a good restaurant...)

    Favorite Dish: The Duck (...but then I always like duck!)

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  • Severo 2000: Severo 2000

    by Jodi_22 Written Aug 26, 2002

    This small restaurant looks like it came straight out of the movies. A rotond cook that looks like Chef Boyardee and a small waitstaff. This place was visually great. But the food was even better! I tried several dishes here but the lasagne was my absolute favorite. The portions are huge (enough to share, easily) and inexpensive.

    Favorite Dish: Oh! the lasagne!!!

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    On the Via Giolitti side of...

    by funnyl Written Aug 26, 2002

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    On the Via Giolitti side of the Termini as you get out next to the McDonalds there is this place which offers three course really filling meals for only 8 or 9 euros per person, with a sweet old lady at the counter. There is no service charge which seemed to be 3 euros at all restaurants in Rome
    In the Termini, on the basement level where the Metro is, there is a Conad supermarket if you want to eat very cheap readymade food, we bought some good wine from there and a 1.5 litre of lime drink for only 50 cents! Thats cheaper than in India!

    Favorite Dish: Near our hotel there is a place which seems so Italian, a lovely ristofer/trattoria with great ambience but very high prices and horrible food, I liked the lasagna in Bombay much more, what a disapointment, and on our first night in Rome. At least our other meals were great.

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    I've got no idea what the...

    by jonkb Written Aug 24, 2002

    I've got no idea what the little taverna is called. We called it 'our italian friend'. Norway (my country) was playing against Italy in the world soccer turnament, and the keeper was verry interested in football. Unfortanetly he doesn't speek much english, so we had to do with a few italian words and our arms.

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