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ID: 6
Value: Corn Free
ID: 2
Value: Dairy Free
ID: 5
Value: Egg Free
ID: 8
Value: Low Sugar
ID: 7
Value: Soy Free

Fatamorgana Monti

  • Via degli Zingari, 5
  • 06.4896955

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  • Via dei Giubbonari, 53
  • 06.68308453

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Hassler Roma

The photo above is the view from the balcony on the top floor of this enchanting hotel.

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  • Piazza del Risorgimento, 46/A
    Rome, 00192
  • 06.68892977

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Mama Eat

  • Via di San Cosimato, 7
  • 06.5806222

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Voglia Di Pizza

  • Via dei Giubbonari, 33
  • 06.6875293

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A few pieces of advice for traveling in Rome:

  • Call ahead to make sure the restaurant is open/to make a reservation
  • Check the hours before you go
  • Google maps is a great way to find your way around, you are able to enter a location while you have wifi or data on then turn wifi off and still walk around with navigation on
  • Check the full list below of AIC (or certified safe for celiacs) places in Rome for more restaurant options, the ones detailed on this page are only ones I have personally tried and can vouch for. If you visit any others, please let me know so I can share!
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  • Stock up on snacks at a grocery store when you arrive- Italy has so many great gluten free products and it is always smart to have a few snacks on hand when you are touring a city
  • This is unrelated to food, but if you do decide to tour the Colosseum or Vatican City I would suggest either hiring a personal tour guide (expensive but so worth it) or at least purchasing tickets online beforehand to avoid long lines
  • Also print out this Celiac Dining Card before you leave to explain all your dietary needs: italian-gluten-free-restaurant-card

Read more about this ancient city and plan your own trip with Rick Steve's Guidebook!