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“Be careful about hidden extras beforer paying bill - too expensive”
Review of La Bruschetta E

La Bruschetta E
Ranked #3,178 of 13,795 Restaurants in Rome
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Good for: Child-friendly, Local cuisine
Dining options: Lunch, After-hours, Breakfast, Dinner, Reservations, Takeout
Neighbourhood: Ludovisi / Via Veneto
Description: We offer fresh, healthy and genuine cuisine with simple and iconic dishes in the Roman and Italian tradition. All our dishes are homemade, have the signature taste of home cooking, and are made with fresh ingredients of the highest quality. We are open every day, all day long: stop and enjoy one of our specialities.
Reviewed 4 April 2018

Very crammed space - for us 4 adults and 4 children. The worst experience, apart from rather below average portions of food, was that the two containers of bread supplied (without being ordered) as well as the fried olives, cost us 50 Euros! ( or same price as the taxi we paid from Rome near St Peter's to Fiumicino Airport!!!!! This is simply daylight robbery apart from the food which was of poor quality and quantity. I do not recommend this restaurant at all......................................Simply overpriced.

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Thank Debsam
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Reviewed 4 April 2018

Great staff, great prices. Real close to hotels on Via Veneto. I had pasta. It was remarkable. Great servers.....

Thank William S
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Reviewed 31 March 2018

On our recent trip we had the misfortune to eat at this restaurant twice. Our initial meal there was chosen because of all the positive reviews and the second time it was a pre-arranged group meal. In both cases the food was extremely mediocre and the service rushed and unfriendly.

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Thank patschicagoIL
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Reviewed 28 March 2018 via mobile

Just around the corner from our hotel. Very small and cosy inside, to cold for outside in March. We went at seven and by the time we were eating mains the restaurant was full. Very nice food, good house wine. My son loved the cheesecake Good service
Price was good €100 for three inc wine and beer

Thank holidaycarol
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Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile

Does Domino’s deliver in Rome? You’d be better off with that option.
Sadly the conversations about where to eat in Rome center around where one can go and not get ripped off. Perhaps it’s time to frame the discussion around where to eat and not get mediocre food.
Tourists have only so many meals in Rome and it’s truly a tragedy when one of them is blah.
This place is that.
We were greeted in the afternoon by the server who tried to lure us in. We returned later that evening on the recommendation of a well meaning, but off base semi-local. The server didn’t remember us. We should have left then.
We decided to sit upstairs as the reverberation of the heating system in the basement reminded us of the Taos Hum. Seated among many other Americans we were so hungry we didn’t get the obvious clue that there were no locals.
The marinated artichoke was really good, but rather steeply prices for what we got. The cacio e pepe was a solid C+. I suspect they used a cream sauce in it to make it easier to prepare. If I hadn’t seen the pizza being prepared and cooked on the really nice wood-fired oven I could have sworn it was a decently prepared frozen pizza.
The wine was tolerable, but pricey. Not too different from most Roman restaurants.
So at the end of it all the kicker was that the bread was 5.40 for two and the pasta 13 Euros. Equivalent pricing for the pizza and pasta for Rome, but a ripoff on the bread. However, to spend the money, time, and calories on such bland food in Rome is a shame and to serve it should be a crime. With such boring food being accepted as normal I can understand why Italy is losing credibility in the global market. The second fall of Rome will be on the shoulders of restaurants like this. Sad. At least there is great Italian food in Amsterdam.

Thank Roadprisoner
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