Un ristorante storico, nato in quegli anni sessanta famosi anche per la “Dolce Vita”, situato in una zona della capitale ricca di fascino: nei pressi di Piazza di Spagna, a breve distanza da altri luoghi suggestivi quali via Veneto e Trinità dei Monti, mete quotidianamente scelte da molti turisti ma anche dai residenti che amano vivere la loro città. Locale che propone le specialità della cucina tradizionale romana, Vladimiro si contraddistingue per l’ambiente molto curato ed elegante, con caratteristici divanetti ed una sala nella quale è possibile ammirare le tante etichette che rendono molto completa la carta dei vini.
In questa atmosfera confortevole e tranquilla, comprensiva anche di uno spazio esterno, la cucina propone grandi classici dall’inconfondibile sapore, piatti realizzati ricorrendo esclusivamente a prodotti del territorio. Spazio quindi alle immancabili amatriciana e carbonara, ma anche agli “Sformatini di Melanzane alla Parmigiana”, le “Fettuccine con polpa di Cernia, vongole e pomodorini”, le “Mazzancolle mandorle e profumo di tartufo” e tra i dolci i “Profiterols crema e cioccolato caldo”. Un indirizzo da segnare in agenda se si vuol provare la cucina romana in una zona estremamente ricca di storia e fascino.
Scritto da Luca Sessa
napoletano di nascita, romano d’adozione. Fino a poco tempo fa statistico di giorno, blogger e chef di notte, ora si dedica solo al food. Giornalista pubblicista, fondatore di Radio Food, gestisce il blog www.lucasessa.com, una vetrina dei suoi esperimenti quotidiani, un luogo nel quale scrivere, raccontare, confrontarsi.
Vladimiro è sempre una garanzia
The food here was very good - the waiter recommended an excellent wine, was friendly and helpful.
The place is so elegant. Salami and mozzarella appetizer was delicious. Then, we tried the risotto and was ok. Really good service.
The food was great. We sat outside on a nice evening. The waiter was responsive and they did not attempt to rush us. The prices are reasonable. Highly recommend this restaurant
Visited twice in 3 days. Highly recommend oven baked sea bass and steak with barolo wine sauce. Excellent service on both occasions.
Lamp chop is really nice dish.
We loved this restaurant. The food was very good, and the staff were friendly and professional. We highly recommend it.
Gluten free was great!
Absolutely LOVED this restaurant experience. On an extremely hot and humid afternoon, we stumbled upon this gem a block from where we were staying. All six of us loved what we ordered and enjoyed the overall ambience and hospitality. Prices were good and food was delicious. They even gave my 2 kids a bowl of free ice cream! The pasta was cooked perfectly and the watermelon slices were just the right dessert after our big meal. We are going back tomorrow!
Food was very good and prices were more reasonable than expected.
It was the most delicious pasta of my life
Great food and great service
made reservations. full restaurant on a Monday. had a waitress who could barely be bothered with our order. Ordered the steak with Barolo sauce which was pretty good. The caramel pannacotta and tiramisu made at the table side were outstanding.
Probably the best meal I had in Florence. And their Tiramisu is a definite must have!
Food was excellent, staff was friendly, and the overall experience was memorable. We had the lentil soup, ravioli, fettuccine, sea bass., and chocolate cake. The crispness of the skin on the sea bass was one of many indicators that the chef clearly knows what s/he is doing.
Excellent food!!! Beautiful decor of the restaurant. Highly recommend!
Excellent service and food, good value
Great food and service as always. Gluten free options are great.
We had lunch there. The grilled veggie appetizer was light and fresh as was the veggie soup. The fettuccine with shrimp and lime was nice as well.
My friends and I had SUCH a wonderful experience at Vladimiro!! The service was exceptional, the food was delicious and we had a lovely table on the terrace. We were 8 people and our table was ready when we arrived. I asked for linguine a la vongole and they made it for me even though it wasn't on the menu! It was fabulous :) After dinner we went inside and were all dancing with the staff. A wonderful experience from start to finish!! grazie mille Vladimiro!!
Aperto dal lunedi al sabato dalle 12:00 alle 16:00 e dalle 17:30 alle 23:30
Via Aurora, 37, I-00187, Rome, Italy
RELAX - Nei pressi di Piazza di Spagna, nel cuore di Roma, si trova il Ristorante Vladimiro. Un ambiente cordiale e molto accogliente, impreziosito da un arredamento sobriamente elegaNte, che rende l’atmosfera confortevole e tranquilla. La struttura dispone anche di un grazioso dehor, a pochi passi da Via Veneto.
MATERIE PRIME - La cucina del locale propone un menù interamente dedicato alla tradizione culinaria romana, dove vengono impiegati esclusivamente prodotti del territorio, per garantirne la qualità.
DA NON PERDERE - Sicuramente consigliati il tortino di alici con tagliolini croccanti, lo spada con fiori di zucca e fichi, il filetto di orata con zafferano, vongole e spaghetti di zucchine e il polpo alla griglia.
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