Six of us had a lovely meal here - very tasty and well cooked. Our waiter was very entertaining - should be on the stage! Great evening.
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Loved Cesare Al Casaletto. It is a little bit of a cab ride but once you have arrived you are whisked away by all the local charm and delicious local cuisine. The outside patio is definitely the place to sit on beautiful summer evening. We...More
Coming from the 'If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything'-school of thought, I hate not giving a good review almost as much as I hate traipsing across Rome for a substandard meal. Maybe I just ordered the wrong things. Maybe my...More
Cesare al Casaletto (or Trattoria Da Cesare as its listed here on TA) is a gem of a trattoria that has been a foodie darling for a few years now. We've visited it twice over the last couple of years, once for Sunday lunch and...More
Our fiend who lives in Rome could not wait to bring us to where the locals go. When my wife and I arrived, 20 minutes before our friend, we were surprised with the not much to look at and the overall location. Were we ever...More
Maybe the best trattoria we visited in Rome with home made style food. We had seafood pasta, ragou, squid and steamed chicory - amazing flavours. The staff was very attentive. Would definitely recommend this lovely place.
As a follower of food writer Katie Parla, we were excited that she incorporated this restaurant on our private tour with her. A neighborhood trattoria that is a favorite with locals is always a good sign. We enjoyed a few appetizers, pasta and dessert. This...More
Our B&B, Domus Casaletto, was next door and we were quite excited, since we had read about this restaurant in Bon Appetite and other publications. A lively neighborhood establishment, filled with local families every night. We had dinner here twice during our stay. Everything on...More
Trattoria da Cesare is in Casaletto area, which is far off the tourist areas of the city center. Nevertheless, going there is easy by taking tram number 8 from Largo Argentina and getting off at the very last stop in Casaletto. The place is very...More
Very disappointing. An attractive neighborhood restaurant that served tomato sauce that was hours or days old and sour, along with dry ravioli that might have been purchased at a discount supermarket. I had indigestion for an entire night.