Run by the city’s most famous baking family, Roscioli is a must visit. It's a bit different from the typical trattoria - the front is a deli counter, and the restaurant offers a huge selection of cheeses and cured meats, pastas, and mains. To start, go for the burrata, butter and anchovies on toast, mortadella, and buffalo ricotta, and follow them up with a simple pasta like cacio e pepe or gricia. Roscioli books up at least a few days in advance, but you can usually snag a seat or two at the bar in the late afternoon or late evening. Also visit the family bakery, Antico Forno Roscioli, and coffee shop, Roscioli Caffè, each very near the Salumeria.