I came to this restaurant 2 years ago with my family and we came multiple nights because of how sweet the owner is and how incredible the food was. I am in Rome again and had to go and the woman remembered me from 2...More
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This simple restaurant is close to Piazza Navona but a little hidden away in a quiet backstreet. It is essentially a cheap and cheerful restaurant with surprisingly good food. The ox cheek in red wine, and the liver and pasta dishes we had were both...More
We are so lucky to have dined at this restaurant on our last night in Rome. This place has so much charm with a bar and nice decor. The service was warm, attentive and the owner/waitress made us feel at home! Starters: Creamy hummus and...More
As noted by many reviewers this is a gem of a restaurant. Interesting local menu and decent wine all at a fair price, definitely a place to try out if you are staying near the piazza navone.
Restaurant is on side street, quiet location. Ordered salad appetizers and main course, everything was good or superb. Can't go wrong and the prices and food are just right. Was a perfect night, waitress is very nice. I had the hamburger and couldn't believe how...More
We were very impressed with both food and the very friendly service in this lovely little restaurant. I had ricotta cheese with almonds, sun dried tomato and honey, and my son had the 250g mozzarella with pesto. We both really enjoyed our starter. Husband just...More
Taverna & Vineria is a quiet place, not fancy, not modern, not on the busiest tourist street. The food has to impress, but apart from my main course which was piglet with Gorgonzola cheese, my family were not impressed with theirs. We had three different...More