Good food. Nice service. A bit crowded and cramped but worth a visit. Great tangerine sorbet and desert wine.
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This was our first meal out in Rome. We got caught with the offer of bread and water which we naively didn't realise we would be charged for. However, lesson learned which we have carried with us for the next few meals! Shared an antipasti platter and each had a secondi main meal. Good size meals and with the bread... More
Picked this restaurant from the good reviews on TA and as it was located at the right point in a walk we'd devised. The service was good, the food fabulous, the cost very reasonable. We would definitely come back to this restaurant, and will recommend it to others when they travel to Rome.
We just returned from having a wonderful meal -- our favorite meal in Rome. The place was just right -- excellent food, great and friendly service, relaxed ambience -- a solid small restaurant that knows its stuff. Not fancy or stuffy or pretentious-- but welcoming and accommodating. There is a varied menu and food is traditional with a little inventiveness,... More
In a small street just off the Campo dei Fiori, this is a fine restaurant serving very good food. The clientele were a mix of locals and visitors - it is definitely not one of those overtly tourist-trapping places. Service was very good indeed. The house wine was also very good. No problems here at all.
Have been returning to this excellent restaurant for many years. It consistently serves delicious and reasonably priced meals. It has 2 seatings a night and requires a reservation.
I love the food and atmosphere here. It's not big but the staff is very friendly, they serve local wines and the food is fresh, fantastic, and cooked right. You must have the tiramisu here and try the house wine.
A lovely restaurant with a cosy feel to it, good atmosphere and great menu. When we went it was very busy and we were lucky to get a table, people were queuing out of the door. We had a starter each (courgette and smoked mozzarella and beef tartare) and pasta dish each (prawn spaghetti and spinach and ricotta ravioli). All... More
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How do they get away with charging customers not one but two fraudulent service charges? One which was listed as "bread" we didn't order of $5 and was told it was a derive to use the silverware and another $9 charge showed up later on my credit card. I'd like to know what this was for and why trip advisor supports such horrible business practices.
We will be in Rome November 23 - 28th. Any classes available for 5 people on November 26 or 27th?