Not far from the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, this quiet restaurant in Old Rome is known for its regional Sicilian cuisine. Filling up two stories in a 17th century palace, Trattoria's main floor is a casual bar serving drinks and a limited menu. The second floor boasts an open kitchen. Starters include the eggplant caponata with raisins and pine nuts, while mains includes pasta alla Norma. The brioche and ice cream is a popular dessesrt. The interior has maple, glass, and stainless-steel surfaces with plenty of natural light.