Really nice restaurant with good atmosphere and service. The food is fresh and delicious. We can recommend the risottos.
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This restaurant prides itself on being in business since 1929 It clearly demonstrates why it has survived for so long The menu offers a great choice not only fish but also vegetarian and meat The house wine is very good quality and only 10 euros...More
We picked a table outside on a very nice spring evening. The daily menu looked good, and I had a seabass risotto for starter and a tuna steak for main. The latter is very tasty indeed. Our waiter was indifferent to his customers.
So many restaurants in Fiumicino but this is one of the few actually open after 3pm on Sunday afternoon- most close around 3 and reopen at 6 or so. Lovely patio surrounded by bushes so you aren't sitting on the sidewalk wi†h a million people...More
We had dinner on a vacation trip for a school break. This was a classic fish location in the 80s and 90s but even 5/6 years ago we had a good experience at bastianelli. This time it was really sad to see a deserted restaurant...More
We were staying in Fiumicino for our last night before flying home the next day and we were looking for somewhere to have lunch. Having walked up and down the main street by the river this was the only restaurant that attracted us. We were...More
On the last night of my 10 day swing through Italy, I wandered by this restaurant. I had no idea of its history or fame (?) But was drawn in by the menu and patio dining. Our meal was terrific. Classic Roman cooking with an...More
We had a dinner at this typical italian restaurant. We were the only turists, all the others were local Italians. I had a nice fish meal.
We had a 3 hours wait at Fiumicino airport so we decided to go and eat in a restaurant in the nearby town of Fiumicino. We were advised to visit the Bastianelli 1929. After a 20 euro taxi ride (it is a 5 mins drive...More