Hostaria de’ Pastini is a historic Roman restaurant located in the heart of the capital, just a stone’s throw from the renowned Pantheon and near both Piazza Navona and the Trevi Fountain.
Thanks to its truly impressive location, as well as the typical Roman dishes on offer, the restaurant attracts a great many tourists in search of somewhere to enjoy the delights of classic Roman cuisine.
The Restaurant Hostaria de’ Pastini has ancient origins, and was partly built around what was originally a stable and a convent. The building dates all the way back to the 15th century, and the restoration works were carefully carried out so as to preserve the venue’s ancient beauty without disturbing its particular ambience.
As soon as you step into the Hostaria de’ Pastini, you are greeted by an atmosphere of tradition and antiquity, but at the same time internationality. The owner, Antonella – along with her husband and three daughters – never stops pouring passion and love into her family-run restaurant, which has now been around for over thirty years. The restaurant started life as a simple sandwich bar, one of the first in the whole country. The experiment proved to be a great success for Antonella and her husband, so much so that they sought to expand the place, making it the restaurant that now stands proudly on via de’ Pastini.
We also host live music nights in which artists and musicians perform typical Roman songs, taking guests on a journey to another era, full of classical charm.
Hostaria de’ Pastini is a place where tradition, love of our country and an eye fixed firmly on the future seamlessly blend into one fantastic dining experience like no other.
Hostaria de’ Pastini has cemented itself as a historic landmark where guests can enjoy good food and feel at home.