Originally Posted by dieworkwear
Ah, a little higher than I remembered. Does that include VAT deductions? Some shops can give you a form to fill out, which allows you to get a refund back at the airport.
Battistoni is likely higher, but you can stop into their shop just for fun. It's a nice looking place.
The train ride to Naples is short and cheap. You will probably find better deals there. Maybe look into Luca Avitabile and Sartoria Cinque.
Note: almost every place is going to have a minimum on your first order. It's what's needed to draft your pattern. Maybe worth noting if that's an issue.
I think you meant Satriano 5.
In any case, actually the biggest difference with France and England, is that Italian bespoke shirtmakers have virtually no minimum orders. I said virtually, as it is unheard of but maybe someone will find an exception to this.
On a separate note from the above quote, I can second to what Unbel said about Naples and I can personally confirm about Luciano Lombardi as he is my main shirtmaker.
In Rome you may also want to investigate the Sabatini sisters, who I have no experience of but carry a general good reputation amongst Italian forums ( pre-blogs and brand abbasadors you see nowadays). They are Located on Via Flaminia, not too central, so not sure how easy to get to.