Where to Find the Best Tiramisu in Rome, Italy

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Are you looking for the best Tiramisu in Rome, Italy? If yes, you've come to the right place. 

Over my seven years of living in Rome, I have been able to try a number of different versions of this classic Italian dessert, but not all have been worth the calories. While Pompi is definitely my all time favourite (and has been over the past seven years), some of the other options like Mr. 100 Tiramisu is a great option for those who are looking a wider variety of flavours and tastes. 

So before you go around and try the first one you see, check my guide below with the top eight tiramisus in Rome. Don't forget to click on the locations in this blog post and save them to your Rome bucket list so you don't miss out.


Pompi, often called "The King of Tiramisu," is a renowned dessert spot in Rome, celebrated for its perfect blend of flavors and textures in their traditional tiramisù. It is surely one of my favourite Tiramisus in Rome, and I highly recommend trying the classic Tiramisu here. 

Founded in 1960 by Giuliano Pompi, this family-run business has expanded its reach with multiple locations, including near the San Giovanni neighborhood, the Spanish Steps, and Via Cola di Rienzo. Pompi not only excels with its classic tiramisu but also offers innovative flavors like strawberry, pistachio, banana-chocolate, and hazelnut. The casual and friendly ambiance, coupled with the consistent quality of their desserts, makes Pompi a must-visit for both locals and tourists.

ADDRESS: Multiple locations all over Rome. Click here for the list. 
OPENING HOURS: 11:00 AM - 10:30 PM (Daily)
PRICE: €4 - €6

Two Sizes

Two Sizes is a popular spot in Rome for its tiramisu, offering both classic and inventive flavors such as caramel and peanut butter. While it is not my go-to spot for tiramisu in the city, it makes a perfect stop for those wandering the alleys by the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. 

Celebrated for its rich, creamy texture and perfect balance of sweetness, Two Sizes has become a favorite among both locals and tourists. The small, cozy establishment provides a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. With its consistently high-quality tiramisu and convenient location, Two Sizes is another great Tiramisu option for those visiting Rome this summer.

ADDRESS: Via del Governo Vecchio, 88, 00186 Rome, Italy
OPENING HOURS: 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM (Daily)
PRICE: €3.50 - €5

Mr. 100 Tiramisu

If you're looking to try some fun new flavours other than the classic, Mr. 100 Tiramisu is the place for you. Situated close to Piazza Navona, this place is renowned for its extensive selection of tiramisu flavors, including pistachio and Nutella orange.

The cozy and inviting ambiance, coupled with friendly service, makes it a popular spot for both locals and tourists looking to indulge in a memorable tiramisu experience. Whether you prefer traditional or adventurous flavors, Mr. 100 Tiramisu promises a unique and satisfying treat.

ADDRESS: Vicolo dei Coronari, 19, 00186 Rome, Italy
OPENING HOURS: 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM (Daily)
PRICE: €4 - €6


For those visiting Campo de’ Fiori, make sure to check out ZUM for their unique Tiramisu. Their recipe uses Gentilini biscuits instead of ladyfingers, offering a twist on the traditional recipe. This innovative approach, combined with their use of high-quality ingredients, makes it one of the best Tiramisus in the city. Make sure to stop by if you're looking for a variation to try. 

ADDRESS: Piazza del Teatro di Pompeo, 20, 00186 Rome, Italy
OPENING HOURS: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM (Daily)
PRICE: €4 - €7

Antico Caffè Greco

If you're by the Spanish Steps, Antico Caffè Greco should definitely be a stop on your hunt for the best tiramisu in Rome, Italy. It is especially great if you want to sit down and relax as it offers a wonderful ambiance with tables for you to relax after all the walking and exploring. 

Their tiramisu, renowned for its rich flavors and creamy texture, pairs perfectly with the classic ambiance and refined service of the caffe. Being one of the oldest cafes in Rome, it offers a historic and elegant setting and has been frequented by artists and intellectuals like Goethe and Byron. Antico Caffè Greco a must-visit for both history buffs and dessert enthusiasts looking for an authentic Roman experience.

ADDRESS: Via dei Condotti, 86, 00187 Rome, Italy
OPENING HOURS: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM (Daily)
PRICE: €6 - €10

Da Felice

Da Felice, located in the Testaccio neighborhood, is a renowned Roman food restaurant celebrated for its traditional tiramisu and classic Italian cuisine. Since opening its doors in 1936, Da Felice has maintained a reputation for authentic flavors and high-quality ingredients, making it a beloved spot among locals and tourists alike. 

The tiramisu here is particularly praised for its rich, creamy consistency and perfect balance of coffee and mascarpone. With its welcoming atmosphere and excellent service, Da Felice provides a quintessential Roman dining experience, ideal for anyone looking to savor the best of Italy's culinary traditions.

ADDRESS: Via Mastro Giorgio, 29, 00153 Rome, Italy
OPENING HOURS: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM, 7:30 PM - 11:00 PM (Closed Mondays)
PRICE: €6 - €8

Tiramisu Trastevere

If you're in Trastevere, Tiramisu Trastevere is where you'll find the best Tiramisu In the neighbourhood. This charming spot, located right in one of the main piazzas is a great spot of tiramisu enthusiasts. Known for offering a wide range of tiramisu flavors, this charming eatery has gained a reputation for its rich and creamy desserts that satisfy both traditional and adventurous palates. The cozy atmosphere and friendly service make it a popular spot for both locals and tourists seeking to indulge in a sweet treat.

ADDRESS: Piazza di San Cosimato, 40, 00153 Rome, Italy
OPENING HOURS: 12:00 PM - 12:00 AM (Daily)
PRICE: €5 - €7

Luciano's Cucina Italiana

If you're looking for a great restaurant that serves a unique, but delicious Tiramisu with a twist, this is where you should head to. Located in the heart of Rome, near Campo de’ Fiori, Luciano is a must-visit Italian restaurant. Their version of the Tiramisu comes with a chocolate ball filled with the coffee that needs to be broken into before devouring the rest of the Tiramisu. It is an interesting twist, and a delight for chocolate lovers. Make sure to book a table in advance, as it is one of the most popular restaurant in the area, which has also made it to the Michelin Guide.

ADDRESS: Piazza del Teatro di Pompeo, 18, 00186 Roma RM
OPENING HOURS: 12:15–3 PM, 7:15–11 PM (Daily)
PRICE: €6 - €10

Indulging in tiramisu in Rome is a delightful experience, and these seven spots promise to deliver the best of this iconic Italian dessert. Whether you prefer a traditional approach or adventurous new flavors, each of these locations offers a unique take on tiramisu that you won’t want to miss. Buon appetito!