Madre Terra

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 12 reviews )
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Via Nomentana 223, Rome, Italy, 00198

Modern, vegan restaurant est. 2017 near Porta Pia. Many choices from starters to cakes and pizza. Open Tue-Sun 12:30pm-3:00pm, 7:30pm-11:00pm. Reported to have irregular hours - call ahead.

Categories: Vegan, Pizza, Italian, Delivery

12 Reviews

First Review by hippywoman

molto carino ed accogliente - Edit

Sono stato qui a cena con Titti ed abbiamo mangiato molto bene!
Personale accogliente e disponibile con piatti gustosi e ben presentati!
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To avoid! - Edit

We went to try this vegan restaurant and were very disappointed. The starters and dishes are really not tasty, the kind of food that gives a false impression about vegan food. The parmigiana I ordered was cold inside, indicating that it has been taken from the fridge and heated a little bit. It was really the first time I didn't eat well in Italy, but it seems that it does happen... at the Madre Terra!
We didn't appreciate neither that the waitress brought us twice some pizza bread slices (event though we didn't finish the first basket and we didn't ask for this) and then we discovered on the bill that we had to pay them 6 euros. All in all, a negative experience that can be avoided, especially given all the other good vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Rome!

Pros: Nothing

Cons: Food taste, Not fresh, swindle

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so good - Edit

So good we back twice. Loved the pizza. But everything was fabulous

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Okay food - Edit

Idk, everyone was raving about this place so I took the 30 minute walk fron my hostel to try it. I ordered the pizza with grilled veggies and a glass of lemonade (which was super sour and I couldn't finish it.)
Pizza was okay, not the best, not the worst. Nothing to rave about, but good.

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so good italian vegan food - Edit

We really enjoy everything what we ordered. Food was delicious, staff very friendly and helpfull and restaurant is clean with cozy athmosphere. But they have just a part of the menu and it was little bit overpriced.

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Truly amazing! - Edit

You really have to visit this little diamond! The food is really very good and you can both feel and see that the food is of high quality. Perhaps a little bit pricy but it's truly worth it. I took one primi and one segundi and was very pleased with my order and got saturated. The portions can variate, mine was normal but my boyfriends segundi was large.

We did'nt book a table but arrived early so we got one for two. But i would recommend a booking since the restaurant got almost full. The waitress was kind.

Pros: Excellent food

Cons: A bit noisy when many guests

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Glad they opened!!! - Edit

One of the best vegan restaurant in Rome.

The menu offers many choices, most of them also gluten free. I found every dish original.
They serves Pizza made with buckwheat flour or rice flour, it is very thin (as Roman Pizza is) and unbelievably tasty. The topping is well chosen and it includes home made cheese.

The staff is friendly. Since we were the last table of the night, she offered us a way bigger portion of a side we ordered. She didn't want to waste the food left from the night.

We'll come back!

Updated from previous review on 2017-07-30

Pros: Quality food, Friendly staff, Many options

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Upscale vegan greatness - Edit

The best vegan restaurant in all of Italy. Trendy/upscale, on the pricier side, but so good. The chef came out with an off-menu dish for all the tables to try that nearly made us not order dessert from being so full. But we did and could have used a wheel barrow ride home!

Pros: Everything we had was amazing

Cons: Pricey

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Amazing food and amazing staff!! - Edit

Had a great experience with this new 100% vegan restaurantÔÇŽThe staff was extremely helpful in accommodating all of our dietary requirements. The vegan pesto pizza was the best we've ever had and all the pizzas are gluten-free!

Pros: friendly, accommodating staff , very clean and well-designed space , 100% vegan

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Very Nice - Edit

If you are a vegan you should try this place while visiting Rome. Stone oven baked gluten free bio pizza for a very good price.

Pros: Nice options on the menu, Stone oven , Good music

Cons: No place to sit outside

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BEST pizza in Italy! - Edit

BEST, by far, pizza in all of Italy! I'm completely serious. I wish I could rate this restaurant an 8 out of 5 because the food was so incredible and surpasses what a 5 is.

Every dish was mouth-wateringly delicious. The pizza sauces were delectable, with a perfect balance of every flavor. If only my tongue could talk; I can't describe how each bite was a symphony. The people here truly care about their food and making it wonderful. They are also so friendly! They usually have an English-speaking server on hand but if they don't you can point at absolutely ANYTHING and you will be quite pleased! (Really, I ended up trying all of the pizzas during our stay in Roma; they were all to die for.) ALL of the pizzas are gluten-free and each of the three varieties of crusts were spectacular. Definitely not one to miss!

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When in Rome... - Edit

... go to Madre Terra! This place is off the tourist track, with no English menu (tip: use Google Translate), which adds to its charm. As far as we could tell both times we visited we were the only non-Italians. It's fantastic to experience authentic Italian cuisine that is vegan.

For gluten free people (as far as I could tell) all the pizzas are gluten free with rice, hemp, and buckwheat flour. I definitely preferred the buckwheat base.

The artichoke cream pizza (carciofi in Italian) was excellent, with an artichoke cream, artichokes, olives, and cashew cream.

The chocolate mousse dessert was amazing. It had praline and was just so creamy and moreish.

We also had the salad of the day, which was zucchini noodles with pesto and cherry tomatoes. So fresh and delicious!

The decor is really nice too so this place is perfect for date night.

Thanks Madre Terra for showing how amazing Italian vegan food can be!

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