The prices looked expensive but the portions were big and well worth the price. It tasted just like home cooking and the spices were not overpowering.
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good vegetarian food. Not like another Indian restaurants, very simple and home cooked type of food. Loved it. We to Italy for a week and We were sick of having pizza and pasta, So were tried something different, it was really really good. Little bit...More
Place is busy and full of locals, not in touristy area which is what we try to go for. However, despite obviously catering to the English, as they had an English menu to hand, the lady (potentially owner?) was obviously annoyed by our presence. She...More
This place gives very large portions. If you are not that hungry I would not order any appetizers unless you want to eat till you drop like I did. The food was hearty and filling. I cannot remember what I ordered but it was yummy.
Good vegetarian food at affordable price. The soup was excellent and so were the pasta and the fresh orange juice. Good location
While me & my wife were on a Rome visit and were craving food. We are strictly vegetarian and avoid eating out in a restaurant that serves Non-Veg. Bibliothe was a respite. The staff there was most welcoming and patient while we took our time...More
We visited with kids for dinner. Ordered from the menu. After 15 mins, food for the adults was served but not for kids. Told it would be ready in 15 mins. Didn't happen. Asked to cancel the order - then the food came. We were...More
Best kept secret of Rome. The food was divine, amazing service. I had the doba. The soup was DELICIOUS and I even had leftovers for the next day.
Me and my wife visited here last night and were blown away. Their approach to food is clean and precise, in fact so is everything about this little gem. The food is fresh flavoursome and healthy, the atmosphere is lovely with a relaxing decor, the...More