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“pure, honoust, exceptional”
Review of Olio d'Oliva

Olio d'Oliva
Ranked #467 of 13 428 Restaurants in Rome
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$41 - US$58
Cuisines: Italian
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Restaurant details
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Description: Small delicious family restaurant. Italian creative food made with local ingredients. Home-made bread, pasta, desserts. Only local wines. Reservation is suggested. It's possible to eat outdoor when the weather permits.
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

tgis is my first 5 star review, I really enjoyed the diner.

both me and my colleague much appreciated the meal. mainly appreciated for the quality ingredients, expert preparation and simplicity no better restaurant in nomentana. great food for a decent price 2 people 4 courses + wine 115 euro diner.

Thank Gerrald K
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Reviewed 25 October 2016 via mobile

Lovely family, home-cooked excellent food. Home made bread in several flavours. Pasta was fantastic and well presented. Well recommended.

Thank Chris B
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Reviewed 4 January 2016

I had several dinners in this lovely restaurant. Although it is not in a fashionable district, it is one of the best restaurants I have tried in Rome. The quality is superb and the ratio between quality and price is very good. The main characteristic of the menu is a creative yet delicious combination of traditional local ingredients with innovative recipes. There is also an excellent choice of wines. The service is warm, kind and efficient. A great place!

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Thank PasqualeDM
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Reviewed 19 January 2015

A cozy restaurant in a very non-touristy area. The restaurant bakes half a dozen types of bread which it serves in cute bread baskets. Chef Zonetti is specialized in making dishes using ingredients sourced from Lazio. I strongly recommend the "burrata fondue with octopus" as a starter, followed by the pasta with sausage and broccoli. As for the second courses, the mullet filets cooked on a salt base is very tasty indeed. The wines available are also all from Lazio. My personal favourite is the "Casale del Giglio" winery which offers an interseting selection of both white and red wines. Expect to pay €35-50 for a 3-course meal with wine. I strongly recommend this restaurant to anybody who would like to try local food with a modern twist.

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Thank Philip L
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Reviewed 4 June 2013

A quick roadside stop turned into a culinary treat! The gnocchi with roast pork crackling (gnocchi di patate affumicate all'olivo alla gricia) was the best I have ever tasted. A local eating beside us recommended for second course the ox tail ' terrine di coda Allan vaccinara' - superb! The homemade bread was delicious also! Well worth a visit!

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Thank Sarah G
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