We spent two nights in Rome and two nights in Venice and this restaurant was unbelievable, the downside was that we found this little gem on our first night in Rome, so every other restaurant for the rest of our stay in Rome and Venice...More
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What a delightful meal my companion and I had tonight in a surprising location near the train station in Trastevere! And, with good options for a vegetarian like me, including cheeses (goat ricotta), a delicious artichoke, mixed grilled eggplant, zucchini, peppers and onions, and of...More
Delicious food, lovely wine, excellent service, not touristy at all, no loud music, what's not to love! We had a wonderful evening here and would go back in a flash.
Big claim in the title of this review, but unreservedly it's true. We spent a week in Rome reading and without question this was the best restaurant we experienced in this trip or any other. The Umbrian, hand sliced ham, the Burrata were amazing. Then...More
We ate a wonderful meal (party of 7, including young teens) at this restaurant. Some of us walked there; others took a cab. The area at night is quiet, but we felt perfectly safe walking. The waiter was attentive, but not too much so, like...More
This place is awesome. We started with the spaghetti with pork jowl and oh was it amazing. Tastes like a great carbonara but with huge chunks of salty pork jowl treasures sprinkled throughout the perfectly cooked pasta. Then the suckling pig was so damn good....More
Excellent neighbourhood restaurant, particularly good food, service and nice ambiance. Good menu, we had lasagne, suckling pig and slow braised veal all cooked in their wood oven. Gorgeous Umbrian ham. Not a tourist restaurant, mostly locals with a few visitors and students, plus people waiting...More