T+L’s insider’s guide to authentic eats in Europe, from a classic Parisian teahouse to great new British haunts in London.

Gelateria Millennium, Rome

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Located just outside the Vatican, this husband-and-wife operation is known for its funky range of flavors (such as mascarpone pear and persimmon). 2/A Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie.

Europe's Best Places to Eat Like a Local

Gelateria Millennium, Rome

Located just outside the Vatican, this husband-and-wife operation is known for its funky range of flavors (such as mascarpone pear and persimmon). 2/A Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie.

Gelateria Millennium [1] [1] http://www.gelateriamillennium.it

Europe's Best Places to Eat Like a Local

People didn’t used to plan a trip to London just for its food, but ask any well-heeled foodie traveler—or, for that matter, a well-fed local—and you’ll discover a world of dry-aged Galloway beef, farmhouse cheeses, and charred leeks with duck eggs.

Over in Amsterdam, locals know that the best Dutch pannenkoeken (larger and thinner than American flapjacks) are served at Pancake Bakery. And in Barcelona, the huevos estrellados (eggs over fries) at Bar Velódromo draw in diners until the wee hours of the morning.

To find Europe’s best regional dishes, we asked our staffers and contributors to eat their way across the continent for Travel + Leisure’s annual Best Places to Eat Like a Local. Here we have an insider’s guide to authentic deliciousness—from woefully underrated Hungarian wine in Budapest, to Osteria Bancogiro’s Grand Canal views from your table in Venice, to the best hot chocolate in Paris. If you weren’t hungry already, you will be now. —Lyndsey Matthews

Restaurant Pricing Key
$ Less than $25
$$ $25 to $75
$$$ $75 to $150s
$$$$ More than $150

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