Went here after the Italy Scotland match. Everywhere was but they fitted us in and served lovely local dishes
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On a cool, wet and rainy March day, we happened upon this place which was a warm haven. We had been at the Spanish Steps and found the restaurants to be overpriced. Walking a few streets over, we entered and knew we had found the...More
My wife and I visited on Monday 5.3.18 in the early evening. We found the staff friendly, the food and wine very good and excellent value. The clientele were a mixture of tourists but also locals dining. The food we ate was not particularly fancy...More
Was recommended to me by the front desk associate at my hotel as I asked about a nearby traditional non touristy type place. Had the prosciutto e melone and Spaghetti al cartoccio (with seafood). Large portions and very tasty. Cozy little restaurant with excellent service....More
I was wandering with my 6 year old daughter in Via Marguita (which is mainly small art galleries) when she spotted this in the side street. I was worried it might be too formal but the management were lovely to her and we both enjoyed...More
Went there two nights in a row, great local restaurant. Father-son team. friendly people with great food.
We arrived late for lunch around 13:45 and it was quiet. Within 30 mn it was almost full. Shared the calamari fritti, delicious in very light batter. Gnocchi were excellent so was the lasagna. The roasted 🐖 pigglet was melting and the skin nicely crispy,...More