We visited Roma Sparita for lunch having seen it recommended in an article on the Guardian website. We had no booking but three of our party of six turned up at about 12.45 and they were happy to accommodate us with drinks until the rest of them turned up (about half an hour later - the slackers!). The staff were all very friendly and helpful at all times and the place very quickly filled up.
All of us had both Primo (all but one of us tried their signature dish of pasta with pecorino romano sheep cheese and black pepper and it was very good) and Secondo (various) as well as some wine. It came to about Eur35 per head - not cheap but worth it, in my opinion for finding a nice place a bit away from it all.
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