Good food, but not so good service and moreover you pay for bread/coperto and 15% additional service fee.
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Il Bersagliere is no fancy restaurant, but an authentic Roman pizzeria with good food, wine and friendly service. The pizzeria is more a place for locals than tourists in the evening, which makes it very attractive.
This is a casual, mid size restaurant. Nothing fancy, but very good. It located in a nice neighborhood close to Vatican City. We had 4 dinners there and it always packed with locals during dinner time. A lot of them seems to know each other...More
Ate here on our first night. Two meals - pizza and ravioli. Both were OK, not great. Bottle of house wine was ok. Not a great meal but then again it was ok and service was good.
I have to concur with the recent review by Juliette, Georgia (dnr1202). We went in just on the off chance as we passed a few other places we didn't like the look of during our visit to the Vatican museums. So the good food served...More
Not a good experience at all... The food was below average. Beef stew with waaay too much garlic, spaghetti all'amatriciana with weird aftertaste and too much salt... They gave bread meanwhile we waited which we didnt order and we got charged 1 euro per person...More
Stopped because we were walking by. Waiter greeted us quickly and seated us immediately. He was very friendly and competent. We had ravioli and spaghetti bolognese. Fantastic! Pasta was al dente, sauces were very smooth and flavorful. The ravioli was spinach and tasted like it...More
This is a simple good pizzeria. I paid 3.50 euro for a Marinara, just to give you an idea of the prices... Desserts and side dishes like salads, grilled veggies are also good. It is near the Vatican Museum and it's one of the best...More
We came here a year ago. Found was so good that a year later we kicked-off our trip in Rome with lunch. Still delicious and good prices. Five days later, we're flying out and decided to have our last lunch in Rome here again (location...More