We made a Reservation for a dinner tonight. We went there, with high expectations But unfortunately, it turned out to be a tremendous disappointment. So sad. Stay away from this horrible restaurant.
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We read some reviews on Israeli websites saying this place is worth checking out. Unfortunately we didn't check TripAdvisor before going in there.. Big Mistake! We got in. The place is very crowded and the sitting setup was really uncomfortable. Sitting and having your legs...More
Cramped and bad tempered staff and badly cooked fettuccini. It had stuck into lumps during the cooking but was served to us nonetheless! 2 plates of cacio e pepe, 1 artichoke and 1 beer.... and the bill was over €40 so no bargain. This ostaria...More
Probably the worst kept secret in Rome, but this place is an absolute gem. The evening we ate there we had a reservation for 8pm, which is when it opens, and arriving a few minutes early we couldn't even find the restaurant as it has...More
I usually avoid giving poor reviews but there's no reason to eat bad food in Rome with 10,000 restaurants in the city, 1000 of them better than anything you'll find outside of Italy. Let's get something out of the way: Yes the place is small....More
Our experience in this restaurant was very bad. The food was good but the service is the worst I've been in all Rome. They are not helpful with anyone except with italians. If you're a tourist you're not welcome here, I won't recommend this place....More
If you are looking for good honest Italian food then Sora Margherita really is the one. I felt like I was one of the family in this restaurant and I was going to be fed until I had finished every mouthful (no exaggeration.) The stand...More
Having read lyric reviews about this place in guide books and on line, we thought this was the must-do for our last evening in Rome and booked a table. We had heard about the "homely" atmosphere but it turned out to be just an unpleasant,...More
Hidden gem, close to the Synagogue. Not so easy to find but well worth it for a great lunch! The fried artichoke was terrific and something we've never seen before. Meatballs and pasta were also delicious. Tiny place which felt very homey.
In the Jewish area of Rome, the front door with red fringe entrance already had me. This quaint little restaurant was way more then I expected. We left the ordering to the waitress (who was quite surly but lovely) as her English was poor but...More