This was a great way to start our holiday. Popular place with the locals. Great wine and very nice food with generous portions
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Came here twice for the same reason: pasta al tartufo nero. It is just amazing. Besides, the restaurant was just next door from our hotel. Great option near Borghese.
We stayed four nights in Rome and ate wonderful, genuine Roman cuisine each night, great food at a reasonable price, and not to mention the service from Gianni and Giovanni. It was a pleasure to enjoy the culinary delight's of Rome!
We have visited this restaurant as recommended by our hotel. We tried the seafood pasta and mushroom pastas. Both tasted good. It has a big seating capacity though we had never seen full in all our visits.
The personnel was very kind. The food was good, but nothing special. The two young musicians playing live jazz with their guitars certainly compensated the money paid.
Really enjoyed this restaurant, but not at first. It's very big inside, with a large salad bar, looks very touristy. Maybe this is why the staff seem a little distant at first. But once you get the great food and talk to the staff, they are all very nice.
We arrived fairly late, and Rome was playing Barcelona in soccer. It was on the big screen tv. It was a big game, and we felt right at home even though we don't know a lot about soccer. People cheering for their teams are pretty much the same wherever you go! I had the margherita pizza, and it was delicious!... More
This is a local place right off Via Veneto. I took a group of a dozen travelers here in October 2014. The service was typical of Italy, slower than what Americans are used to, but the food was authentic, with a variety of options, and they even did separate checks for us. I would recommend the outside terrace.
Our tour driver recommended this place, mostly visited by locals. My wife and I had the pizza with tuna and onions (delicious!) and the linguine with tomatoes (i thought it was average but my wife loved it). Nice ambiance, you can see them cook the food on their brick ovens. The whole thing with sodas was 25 euros. We tried... More
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