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Il Pagliaccio

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Il Pagliaccio

Il Pagliaccio is a stunning two Michelin starred...

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Il Pagliaccio is a stunning two Michelin starred restaurant just moments from Rome’s Piazza Navona. It’s a peaceful oasis, providing a more leisurely pace than those hectic streets beyond the door, allowing diners to relax and truly enjoy the cuisine that Italy is famous for. While during the day Il Pagliaccio is bright and relaxed, its refined but unfussy styling ideal for business diners, when the sun goes down it becomes a romantic prospect with soft lighting and subtle décor around the handful of tables. An exploration of the senses, it’s not hard to see just why Michelin have recognised Il Pagliaccio’s menu, a harmonious collaboration between flavour, texture and colour, celebrating Italy’s culinary history while looking to the future.

Il Pagliaccio
129 Via dei Banchi Vecchi, Rome, Rome
Trastevere, Old Rome
12:30-14:00,20:00-22:30 Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun