What are Ken Oringer's favorite restaurants in Rome?
There’s one little place behind Il Campo de Fiori called Hosteria del Pesce. It’s this little tiny fish market in the front, and I mean tiny fish market, they have like 12 different kinds of fish basically in boxes with ice on the sidewalk then they have a restaurant behind it. They cook everything right from there by the pound, from scampi to john dory. Roscioli is another place that I just go over and over and I’ve sent a million people there. Another place called Cul de Sac is great for lunch, really fun menu. That’s located behind Piazza Navona.