We ate here on our first night in Rome, recommended by hotel reception. Had 2 lovely crispy pizzas and a bottle of house wine for 30 Euros, not bad for this part of the city. Relaxed, authentic, would recommend.
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The best carbonara i have ever tasted in Rome. No kidding. They do it in the right traditional Rome style, the pasta is homemade, and it is not pricey at all compare to the other restaurants. Theyre mozzarella buffalo is also amazing! A must try!
Went here for a takeaway pizza. It was pretty good - affordable (~€10), quick and tasted good. Considering the time (fairly late) and the friendly service it rates a four. It's definitely not the best pizza I've had in Rome, or elsewhere, but it's pretty...More
We stumbled across this restaurant close to Piazza Popollo. It looked very unpretentious and had a 'locals' feel about. Turned out to be exactly that - I had a stew and my wife a frittata both of which were delicious, simple and inexpensive!The service was...More
Cosy little place with a nice atmosfere and attentive service. The food though was a bit disappointing. My "Pizza Diavola" (supposed to be spicy, that's why is called Diavola) wasn't spicy at all. My boyfriend's "Pizza ai Quattro Formaggi" (four cheeses) was absolutely and completely...More