Dined here on our first night in Rome. We were a party of 7, ages 12-75, and only one of us spoke Italian. The staff was patient and welcoming. The food was delicious! Will definitely return before we leave Rome.
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My partner and I loved our meal at this restaurant on the first night of our trip. We each had a starter and main course which we both thoroughly enjoyed. It's a bit cramped in the actual restaurant and seats aren't the comfiest. I have...More
We had the anti pasto, spaghetti carbonara and fried calamari and while the food was good, they clearly don't like tourists who don't speak Italian. Being located in a central tourist spot, this was unbelievable. We observed the waiters who appeared to be father and...More
This is the kind of food I love when visiting Italy. It's simple and fresh. We went for dinner and got veal with lemon, fettuccine cacio e Pepe (cheese and black pepper) and linguine with clams. All dishes were excellent. We went back for lunch...More
This was located next to my hotel, so we tried it out on our last night in Rome. This place seems to be constantly busy, which is a good sign. The service was good and the waitstaff were nice and funny! My reason for the...More
da olimpio was just opposite our hotel. we loved the food. service staff was kind and friendly. they had a high chair for baby. you don't find it in every restaurant in rome because of cramped seating spaces.
We were lucky enough to only have to wait 15 minutes for a table here so I would recommend booking. The food was absolutely delicious. The service was great and food was served reasonably quickly for a busy restaurant. Thoroughly enjoyed our evening here.
Unfussy friendly restaurant where the customers are mainly locals. Although near Trevi it's hidden in a back street but at times you still have to queue to get in. Locals queuing is always a good recommendation. Don't expect 'Fine Dining'. This is classic Italian food...More