Colline Emiliane / Roma

22 Via degli Avignonesi Roma 00187
+39 06 481 7538
Opening Hours
Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:45 - 14:45
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 19:30 - 22:45
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Blogger Reviews @ Colline Emiliane
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Emily Simers en
Make a reservation, a must, you will not regret! Delicious from start to finish. We enjoyed a wonderful bottle of wine and started with fried mushrooms. I want to emphasize again, a reservation is needed. I had the pumpkin ravioli and my spouse had the veal soaked in milk (per the server's recommendation). The courses were appropriately portioned, so delicious, we were left wanting more, despite being the correct fullness. I want to also add, this place times the courses correctly, letting us digest the app prior to receiving the meal. Perfect for multiple courses if desired. We finished our dinner the tiramisu and vanilla gelato. Delicious!!!! This is a can't miss when in Rome. Perfect meat (melt in your mouth) and pasta so fresh! I will definitely return if ever in Rome! GooglePlace - June 2017
Yong Boon Ng en
Serves freshly made pasta cooked in many different ways that all turned out pretty good. Their speciality of veal in milk sauce was also amazing - a generous portion of tender meat in a flavourful sauce. They also have an extensive selection of wine that is superb (do ask the friendly waiters for recommendations on this one). Desserts on the other hand were just okay and you'd not be losing out on anything if you skip them. Expect to spend around 25 to 30 euros here. GooglePlace - June 2017
Marc Appana en
Highly over rated place for the higher price. It's definitely on the tourist foodie map, as there were a lot of walk ins (place was tiny and need reservations). Starters were mainly cold cuts and cheeses - which you can't really screw up. Pasta's (which they are supposed to be quite well known for and made in house), were a little disappointing. Pasta's like the Tortellini in Brodo, was undercooked, lacked the balanced amount of filling and brodo was pretty bland - very sad as this was the one i was most excited about. The Pumpkin pasta was pretty good - this was actually cooked al dante. Meat dishes were pretty clumsy. Things like the Milk braised veal sounded great...but sauce was clumpy, despite the meat being very tender. Braised beef was had a little too much vinegar, making it too sour, with the accompanying onions just sitting in a bowl of oil. The roast beef were not far from what you would order from the deli counter at your local supermarket - mildly warmed through with a drizzle of sauce. Finally the vegetable sides were way too overcooked, as the Asparagus were mush when poked by a fork (sad as it's first harvest of spring) and other grilled veg, which are staples were overcooked and antipasto like. The standout item was the tiramisu - while a touch heavy on the booze (which isn't necessarily a bad thing), the marscapone and the coffee and biscuits were very flavourful and simply outstanding. While the wait staff was a point, they were very quick to grab our dishes or to (noticeably) keep coming over to hurry the pace, so they could turn the table over. If you've only got a few meals in Rome, i would skip this Google/TripAdviser/Eater/Michelin/etc rated restaurant and try a few other spots in other parts of the city - both for price and quality. GooglePlace - May 2017
Sam Hasler en
This place is outstanding. We walked in for lunch and it was the highlight of my entire trip to Rome. Sure the colosseum is nice, but this place is outstanding. It's the sort of place you eat slowly for fear of finishing. Amazing. Bravo. Superb. GooglePlace - April 2017
Michelle Vu en
One of the best meals both for food and service. The restaurant is family owned and ran with homemade pastas and desserts made fresh daily. Every dish ordered surpassed each other with mouthwatering pumpkin ravioli being one of my all-time favorites. The entire restaurant is filled with locals and you definitely get to have an authentic experience when dining here. I recommended this restaurant to several friends visiting Rome and a couple that took the advice said it was the best meal they had in Italy. I couldn't agree with them more. GooglePlace - April 2017