Persian Restaurant in Rome

Opening Hours:

Monday 11AM–3PM, 7–11:30PM
Tuesday 11AM–3PM, 7–11:30PM
Wednesday 11AM–3PM, 7–11:30PM
Thursday 11AM–3PM, 7–11:30PM
Friday 11AM–3PM, 7–11:30PM
Saturday 11AM–3PM, 7–11:30PM
Sunday Closed

C’è Pasta… e Pasta!

This Portaportese diner is not a real restaurant but a deli – diner which, in addition to the takeaway service offers the perfect setting for a quick lunch or dinner that does not compromise on the quality always high at a reasonable price.

Pinturicchio 40

The restaurant Menu is in continuous dialogue between the Roman and Neapolitan gastronomy, the two large kitchens, with a very ancient history, are allied according to the inspiration of the chef Eduardo Estatico and the sous chef Salvatore Izzo, pursuing the modern idea of lightness.

GianGusto piadineria

Piadina. Piadina [pjaˈdiːna] or Piada [ˈpjaːda] is a thin Italian flatbread, typically prepared in the Romagna historical region (Forlì, Cesena, Ravenna and Rimini). It is usually made with white flour, lard or olive oil, salt and water. (wikipedia)


The Za’atar Restaurant was born with the idea of embracing all the flavors from the great Middle-East basin, picking up the typical Moroccan scents, to reach Israel by going through Lebanon and the Persian Gulf, not forgetting flavors of the Mediterranean Sea.