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8 Best Michelin Star Restaurants in Rome

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The best Michelin star restaurants in Rome by travel blogger What The Fab

If you’re looking for amazing places to eat in Italy, look no further than the best Michelin star restaurants in Rome!

With its beautiful art, architecture, and history, Rome is a dream destination for any traveler. From the incredible Colosseum to the breathtaking views of St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome has something to offer everyone. But while its iconic sights are certainly unforgettable, there is another reason why Rome attracts visitors from all over the world: its insanely tasty food!

I was in heaven! From handmade pasta to fresh seafood and everything in between, Rome’s culinary creations are hard to beat.

The best Michelin star restaurants in Rome by travel blogger What The Fab

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The Michelin Guide is the world’s most renowned source for rating restaurants based on their quality and excellence. So when it comes to savoring the very best in Italian cuisine, these Michelin-star restaurants are the best of the best.

Boasting more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other Italian city aside from Naples, Rome is consistently adding to its impressive culinary scene. With 24 star-studded hotspots in the area alone, you know your belly is in for a treat.

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To help you plan your perfect foodie adventure in the eternal city, here are 8 of the best Michelin-star restaurants in Rome!

The Best Michelin Star Restaurants in Rome

The best Michelin star restaurants in Rome by travel blogger What The Fab
Image via La Pergola

La Pergola

La Pergola is a renowned restaurant with three Michelin stars. It’s situated in the luxurious Rome Cavalieri Hotel. Setting new heights for Roman fine dining, this restaurant will seriously blow you away!

I know it’s inconvenient but if you want to eat here, you’ll need to start making your plans at least four months in advance. It’ll all be worth it when you witness the breathtaking view of Rome and the Vatican during a glorious sunset.

Under the careful supervision of Chef Heinz Beck, the staff crafts each dish with love and skill. His renowned Faggotelli La Pergola-stuffed pasta in a carbonara sauce simply has to be tasted to be appreciated and trust me, it was appreciated.

Treat yourself to a memorable dining experience steeped in art-deco elegance. Sample an exquisite Italian menu with Mediterranean influences, accompanied by the perfect wine from their 53,000-bottle cellar. Yes, girl—53,000!

La Pergola is widely recognized as one of the top restaurants in Rome, Italy, and even around the world.

If you consider yourself a foodie, La Pergola is an absolute must when in Rome.

Il Pagliaccio

Next up is a two-star Michelin restaurant in Rome, Il Pagliaccio.

Located in the heart of Rome’s historic center, this elegant yet vibrant spot offers a unique Italian dining experience.

Chef Anthony Genovese has an extraordinary talent for creating dishes that are both delicious and visually appealing. Enjoy his eight-course tasting menu while admiring the checkered floors and high ceilings.

The knowledgeable wait staff will be more than happy to help you find the perfect wine or cocktail to accompany your meal, whether it’s from their extensive selection or from one of their partner vineyards around the world.

Il Pagliaccio provides a one-of-a-kind dining experience-so be sure to make your reservation as this place fills up quickly.

Il Convivio Troiani

If you’re looking for a cozy spot to relax and enjoy some regional Italian cuisine, Il Convivio Troiani is the place for you.

This two-star Michelin restaurant prides itself on being a “cucina verace”—an authentic kitchen that serves traditional Roman dishes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients.

Il Convivio Troiani has proven to be a favorite for many years, yet they’re still reinventing themselves all the time.

The Chef’s dishes include a variety of homemade pasta and risotto dishes, as well as seasonal vegetables and seafood. The menu is constantly changing to ensure the best quality ingredients are used at all times.

The service here is top notch and the atmosphere is cozy yet chic with four different dining spaces. You’ll find the perfect spot to enjoy maybe the best meal you’ve ever had!

The best Michelin star restaurants in Rome by travel blogger What The Fab


If you’re looking for an exquisite dining experience, All’Oro should be at the top of your list.

This one-star Michelin restaurant is located in a stunning 18th-century building and features a menu that combines classic Italian dishes with modern techniques.

Riccardo and Ramona Di Giacinto, a husband-and-wife team, have creatively presented their dishes in an innovative way that goes beyond the traditional plate.

A prime example of this is their Raffaello di Foie Gras aroma creative: sealed inside a plastic bag to be opened with golden shears, it contains foie gras truffle with imaginative aromas.

The attentive staff will ensure that your experience at All’Oro is both memorable and enjoyable.


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Glass windows surround this Michelin-star restaurant in Rome, giving you the most stunning panoramic view of the city.

The menu offers a mix of traditional Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, that is both creative and delicious. This is the perfect place to experience fine dining with a unique twist.

Chef Francesco Apreda has created an extraordinary 5-part tasting menu from seasonal ingredients sourced from Italy and around the world, accompanied by an extensive wine list.

The attentive wait staff will help you navigate their Italian wines and suggest the perfect pairing for your meal.

The best Michelin star restaurants in Rome by travel blogger What The Fab

Glass Hostaria

Nestled away in one of Trastevere’s charming cobblestone lanes, the spectacularly modern Glass Hostaria awaits you.

Here you can experience a delectable gastronomic adventure created by Chef Cristina Bowerman, Rome’s only female Michelin-starred chef and a passionate connoisseur of traveling.

Let her vibrant cosmopolitan touch take over your senses at Glass Hostaria!

Indulge in the unique and flavorful Glass tasting menu, or sample à la carte specialties like smoked eel linguini or savory veal filet. Either way, you’ll be floored!

Eating at Michelin-star restaurants isn’t always the cheapest but if you’re young and broke, you can get a gnarly discount! For any customers aged 25 or under, take advantage of their amazing deal on the third Thursday of each month which gives you a whopping 25% off!

Not only is the restaurant closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, but it also serves lunch exclusively during weekends.

Images via Moma


One word. Moma.

Moma is one of the newest entries in the top Michelin-star restaurants in Rome. Awarded its one Michelin star in 2019, Moma is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after dining destinations in the city.

Settled in the luxe community of Via Veneto, this eatery is renowned for its dolce vita way of life with a combination of time-honored and innovative dishes on the menu.

It’s a great place to visit if you’re trying to stay on a budget as it offers delicious meals at a reasonable price while still maintaining an incredible ambiance of luxury and class.

Stick around for their world-class dessert—or at least world-class in my book—their signature Bocci di Venere, a blackberry-chocolate cake served with mint-infused cream and berry coulis.

Moma is also renowned for its exceptional service, with the waiters and chefs offering diners an unforgettable experience who will give you all the best recommendations.

Marco Martini Roma

The final entry on our list is the Marco Martini Restaurant, a one-star Michelin restaurant located in the Monti neighborhood of Rome.

It stands out for its modern take on traditional Roman cuisine and is committed to using only fresh and local ingredients in every dish.

Chef Marco Martini combines his classic Italian culinary knowledge with an innovative approach to create a unique and memorable dining experience.

He won his first Michelin star at 24 – now that’s impressive!

The tasting menu is the best way to try all of his delectable dishes and if you’re feeling extra fancy, they’ve got a wine pairing option that comes highly recommended!

Are you drooling yet or is it just me? I am SO ready to go back to Rome and eat at these fabulous restaurants!

The best Michelin star restaurants in Rome by travel blogger What The Fab

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