Very nice atmosphere very nice people and very tasty Italian pasta! Good prices and we highly recommend satrico vino Bianco!
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One of our favorite dinner places in Rome, so we went twice! Highly recommend the seafood pasta and tortellini alla panna with the cream sauce - they were to die for. The steaks were also excellent.
We enjoyed dining here on Sunday night about being unable to get a reservation for Saturday, even a day in advance. The food was well prepared (especially the cod). Be advised that the main portions are large and came with substantial sides on the plate...More
This is a very good little Osteria with a good and satisfying menu. The waiter is a character and adds to the ambiance. If you like the paintings of Marc Kostabi, there is a large one hanging on the back wall, and he is apparently...More
We ate here all 5 nights of our Rome trip on our 25 day Italy/Greece vacation. Every item was fantastic. Meatballs w/mash potatoes or spaghetti was our favorite. Peppercorns steak also delicious, tortellini was perfect, and the chantilly cream for dessert was awesome. If you...More
Quaint restaurant in quieter location. Beautiful food and great service.Walking distance from Campo di Fiori. Porcini pasta, and chicory with pepper and garlic were AMAZING! All meals were very good. Service efficient and excellent as well. House wine good quality too.
La Quercia was recommended to my daughter and me by my brother and sister-in-law who have been here. It was a good recommendation! I had the fettuccini with mushrooms (in season!) which was delicious - as was the wine! I only wish we had arrived...More
Just off Piazza Farnese, near Campo de Fiori. Staff couldn't have been more welcoming and waiter was very sweet. Delicious food and wine. Would definitely return and recommend!
A quiet little restaurant situated in a small piazza between the Tiber and the Campo de Fiori. Popped in for a drink whilst wandering and went back for a meal. The menu may be challenging for some - we avoided the lamb's cerebellum! However, the...More