Italian Restaurants: Romans

Italian Restaurants: Romans

By  Tuesday, 3.5.2016, 14:37    Restaurants

If you are looking for a really good nice Italian restaurant in Munich at which you can dine as a couple or with friends, without worrying too much about prices, the Romans is an excellent choice and also offers pizza to make the kids happy. The Romans also functions as a cafe and bar and since it’s rather large, you usually don’t have to reserve a table.

The prices at the restaurant are average Munich prices, but the food is better than average. The pasta is homemade and the olive oil used is of decent quality. The menu offers most of the traditional Italian dishes, “vera cucina italiana” as they say, you’d expect. The Romans’ Chef Riccardo Iannuzzi is also known for his fresh fish and meat dishes. The choice of wine is good. The restaurant is located next to the Grünwaldpark in Munich Nymphenburg and also offers a nice terrace.


A beef Carpaccio with parmesan cheese costs €12.50, a minestrone €6, the restaurants famous lasagne al forno €9.50, grilled calamari €19.80.

The restaurant is part of the Mein Lieblingsitaliener association which includes other known Munich restaurants, trattorias and cafes, such as Primafila, Cafe am Botanischen Garten, Laurus, Menzingers, Speisemeisterei, Pizzeria Correttto, Il Mulino, La Piazza and others.

Address: Romanstraße 1

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 11am – midnight


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Vilijam Zufic

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