Italian fine dining which to my liking has way too often a slight 80s gourmet feel – meaning the food, the plating and the decoration. Luckily the scene is slowly changing. One of the more positive examples is Per Me, a stylish small place in a quiet street, 200m from crowded Campo dei Fiori, holding one Michelin star (normally almost a bad sign in Italy ;). Giulio Terrinoni´s place specializes in fresh fish with refreshingly subtle creative touches. Tasteful small terrace and a wine list specializing in organic and even natural wines is a plus. From Monday to Saturday, there is also a cheaper lunch menu revolving around “tappis”, Terrinoni’s homage to Spanish tapas.