We are staying at the maison Giulia and this is a few doors up. The food is amazing and the service is very personal. Great to experience something different to the regular pizza and pasta. Would definitely recommend :)
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Restaurant is a little hard to find. It's on the corner and has an assuming door. Once you come in the decorations are nice, but it felt like a library. It felt like a fancy restaurant that maybe I don't belong in. My boy friend...More
Real cosy and relaxing atmosphere on the terrace. The live music is loud though and did not match with the atmosphere when we were there. Being a Vietnamese myself, I can tell the food was delicious. Service was courteous. All this for reasonable prices. All...More
When you've had enough pasta and pizza and just want rice. There is no other Vietnamese restaurant in Rome except the same owners restaurant outside of the city wall. The food has been modified slightly to accommodate Italian tastes.
As a Vietnamese, I crave for my hometown's food and eventually picked Thien Kim TWICE for dinner with my love. The restaurant is just 1 bridge away from the local hang-out area Trastevere, and it is not difficult to find at all (though the outside...More
The restaurant was not easy to spot as the sign was tiny. It was supposed to open at 7:30p but it was not. We had to ring the doorbell for them to start opening the restaurant by 7:40p. We ordered four complete meals and the...More
Difficult to find, walked past it twice, is just a small door on the side street with a tiny sign. Once in, it was like a church very quiet, no one speaking and no back ground music. the waiter was pleasant and the restaurant was...More
Good food, decent prices and nice roof garden. Service is a little slow, especially when the place is even halfway full. Avoid weekends as the live music is rather loud, unless this is what you are seeking.