Went to CIBO for a short happy hour and despite the nice location and the food offer, staff is really unfriendly and bill overpriced. Would be so much better if people working there knew how to treat customers.
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Only ten tables indoors and four outdoors already indicate it is a place for few, for an intimate conversation with dinner, to eat with the closest friends and do it well! The menu is restricted and that's a quality, only the best is served; unfortunately,...More
We managed to find this place on our first day in Rome. It is steps away from the Mercure Hotel. They had excellent home made pasta with veal and wild mushrooms and this exceptional baked salmon with sesame seeds on the top plus all cakes...More
this was one of the best dinners i had in Rome so far. The presentation of the meals were fantastic and very creative. Also very good Wine, Grappa, etc. But unusual high prices.
A good selection of food and very well prepared. Friendly staff and owner. Price ranging from €15-25 for main course. Recommended: Panna Cotta with red berries.
Looks like an upmarket travola calda but the prices are sky high! My friend and I went in for a quick bite to eat...we ordered a glass of wine each and a plate of spaghetti a cace pepe. 10 minutes later they asked if they...More
We were welcomed, charmed, and fed in extraordinary ways. Over three dinners and one breakfast, C.I.BO. staff were inviting and their meals delicious. Comfort but elegant food with fresh ingredients and delicious flavors was described by experts who knew ingredients and tastes. We'll find a...More
the food and wine were okay nothing to write home about. my better half and I were enjoying a quiet lunch. we placed our napkins on the plates when were done. I apologize if that is not proper table etiquette. the wait staff yelled at...More