A very interesting place, dug into the "monte dei cocci" and once used as a horse-carriages garage, is now a very pleasant restaurant where you can taste the original roman cooking, such as gricia, matriciana, cacio e pepe, trippa, coda alla vaccinara, polpette (meatballs), carciofi alla giudia (artichokes at jewish art). Good wines and sweets.
Not advisable for vegetarians, off limits for vegans.
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