This is the most authentique Italian food in town. Fabio Pezzoli is a volcano of a man. For years he was at the helm of Villa Paradiso Frogner with his all-Roman energy. He is now at the lead of this successful enterprise: Campo de’ Fiori is an enoteca that serves food too. Wooden tables, warm and cozy ambiance and a brilliant Roman-style menu. Think bruschetta with porchetta from Ariccia, homemade charcuterie plus traditional classic pasta dishes, such as Rigatoni alla Grigia (bacon and pecorino Romano) and Bucatini Amatriciana. Entrees feature the delightful coda alla vaccinara (oxtail in tomato sauce), roast lamb chops, or baccalà alla romana (from Norway, obviously). The place is a mix of exuberance and flavour, irony and focused recipes. In addition to these, Roman style thin crust pizza baked in a wood-stoked oven, and a very good focaccia, cooked right to the point. The wine list is ample and refined, with many wines and treats from the main Italian regions, and good selection of wines by the glass. This is a one way ticket to Rome.