My wife and I happened on to this restaurant while walking to the catacombs. It is not an elegant restaurant, it is a small family run operation. The décor is simple but It was air conditioned, which made it very comfortable on a hot day. The only staff was a waiter and the chef. The service was prompt and courteous. The menu is limited but authentic Roman food. We chose the chicken with arugala and rigatoni alla amatriciana. The chicken dish was one of the best we have had. Very simple but flavorful. The rigatoni was cooked perfectly and the sauce was mildly spicy and delicious. The bread was nice and crusty. We had two bottles of sparkling mineral water and skipped dessert because our time was limited. The bill came to $26 euros. We wished we could have eaten here again.
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