Sabatini

The Restaurant of the three brothers who wrote the history of Roman cuisine in Trastevere

An exclusive location and next to it, a unique name of the restaurant that made history in Roman Cuisine, in the capital and throughout the world.
Founded in 1958, the Sabatini Restaurant in Trastevere still retains a  nostalgic atmosphere despite the most recent renovations that enrich it with a refurbished interior design.

The unique atmosphere of Sabatini, the famous restaurant of Roman cuisine with outdoor tables, overlooking the picturesque Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere, remains unchanged, as well as the delicacy of the food and dishes, as much today as 60 years ago.

Try it to believe it and especially to spend an evening in the artistic, cosmopolitan district of Trastevere, enjoying the best scenery – that of Piazza di Santa Maria – welcomed by professionalism and warm service, accompanied by the best  dishes of Roman cuisine, from the specialty fish which is completely fresh and  a rich selection of wines… for brunch, lunch, aperitifs and unforgettable dinners overlooking the Square.

Sabatini Restaurant in Trastevere

a great classic of Roman cuisine

Life is a combination of magic and pasta, as Federico Fellini used to say.

And so it was for the Sabatini brothers who have run their restaurants since 1958 in Santa Maria in Trastevere Square, a beautiful location of a palace bound by the Fine Arts, with a sober and elegant interior in the style of Roman Patrician houses.

On arrival in the district beyond the Tiber river, in fact, sitting in the decor of Sabatini is a must: indulging in the luxury of an authentic and evocative view, tasting the great classics of local cuisine, from the artichokes to the Giudia (deep fried artichoke, a Roman Jewish dish), to the ‘coda alla vaccinara’ (oxtail stew), Roman soups and first courses, not to mention meat specialties.

In addition to the  homemade dishes of Roman tradition, experience the desserts too: the perfect conclusion to a gourmet dinner in the heart of Rome.

Fish specialties in Trastevere?

Try the Sabatini Restaurant!

It almost seems that instead of a river, Trastevere is surrounded by the sea, if you go to eat from Sabatini. Fresh fish and high quality has been a tradition since 1958. And it never ceases to amaze the palate, with flavours of the Roman and regional traditions of all Italy.

Unforgettable are the paranza fish, always fresh with lots of lobsters, the epic sea bass in salt, or the Sabatini fish – with Pachino tomatoes and Porcini mushrooms.

Fish specialties in Trastevere?

Try the Sabatini Restaurant!

It almost seems that instead of a river, Trastevere is surrounded by the sea, if you go to eat from Sabatini. Fresh fish and high quality has been a tradition since 1958. And it never ceases to amaze the palate, with flavours of the Roman and regional traditions of all Italy.

Unforgettable are the paranza fish, always fresh with lots of lobsters, the epic sea bass in salt, or the Sabatini fish – with Pachino tomatoes and Porcini mushrooms.

A tour of over 300 labels,

in the Sabatini winery in Trastevere

From Sabatini to Trastevere, in the magical district of art and nightlife in Rome, you can take tours to  taste the best Italian and regional wines, that accompany the typical Roman dishes, fish specialties and side dishes, in one of the historical capital district Restaurants.

We recommend the aperitifs and Sabatini tasting tours, from its splendid decor, overlooking Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere.