Aromaticus: Plant Shop and Kitchen in Monti

I cannot keep plants alive.

I try. I coddle. I water. I find the right amount of sunlight.

Then I fail and they die.

But luckily, I can replace them any time I want at Aromaticus.

Aromaticus Monti

This quirky little shop in Monti is a gardener’s dream. Potted greens, watering cans in every shape and size, and hipster-y plant accessories beyond your wildest imagination.

plant store in Rome

It is the perfect place to pick up a gift for a nature loving friend stuck in chaotic city living.

Aromaticus plants

But if you are like me and shy away from commitments that require you to keep other living things alive, then you can just eat.

Aromaticus lunch

Aromaticus is part shop and part kitchen.

You can find everything from tartar to tabouleh on the menu, with an emphasis on fresh produce, naturally.

I usually pop in for a juice or salad (at least when I am feeling virtuous – all other days I head around the corner and go straight for gelato from Fatamorgana).

Animal planters

When you are done with your meal, there is plenty of kitsch to satisfy your shopping craving.

Via Urbana, 134,
00184 Roma, Italy

Phone: +39 06 488 1355
Open: Wednesday – Sunday from 11 am – 10:30 pm; Tuesdays 11 am – 9 pm; Closed Mondays.




5 thoughts on “Aromaticus: Plant Shop and Kitchen in Monti

  1. Alexandra says:

    I love this place – it’s great if you want an alternative to pizza and pasta. The tabouleh’s really nice, and I got excited when I saw baked potato on the menu (where else in Rome can you get a baked potato).

    I’m also hopeless with plants. I’ve lost count of the pots of basil I’ve bought…

    • Natalie says:

      haha- good point! Bla Kongo does some great baked potatoes though…

      And full disclosure: I moved my basil plant to the condomino’s public space because I knew my neighbor would take better care of it than I could!

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  3. Dennis Noll says:

    Ciao! I am looking for a potted plant for my aunt in Rome to be a lining memorial to her recently passed husband. I’m in the USA. How can we do this?

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