The food was hearty and delicious; the ambiance is a comfortable neighborhood joint, not a special night out. Good value.
Our family is staying at the Cavalieri Hilton and we asked one of the concierges for a restaurant suggestion, but stressed that we wanted LOCAL cuisine...and boy did he come through!! I must first stress that if you are looking for a typical tourist menu, this is not the place. If you are looking for 10 crappy varieties of pizza,... More
This place was packed full of actual Italians and we could see why. The food tastes home-cooked, they give generous portions and were so friendly and welcoming. We went twice. The first night we had two soups (its how everyone starts their meal there), two pastas, and shared a main course, and drank house wine and they gifted us sweet... More
I have just started using Trip Advisor and would not normally post, but feel I must. We were tired after a long day of walking, getting lost and long lines in Rome. I looked for a close restaurant to where we were staying and Valentino came up with great reviews so we went. The place was super busy so make... More
Solid Roman/Italian food with a fun, local atmosphere. Had the soup and meatloaf, both quite good. Great service and value!
After a long walk from the centre (better grab a taxi) we had worked up quite an appetite. The place was recommended by a roman friend, it's down to earth, genuine and full of italians. The family that run the restaurant are friendly and eager to explain in any language, have an obvious passion for roman history and food. We... More
So my friends and I were tired, cold and had been told to go to this restaurant it was a must. We finally found it and they were so right. We did not have reservations, however the waiter clearly saw how out of sorts we were and after a brief conversation with the Manager/owner - took a post it note... More
Because I'm a dual citizen of Italy, my friends usually ask me for restaurant recommendations in Rome, and I always put La Sagra del Vino first. I used to live a few blocks from this place and couldn't stop eating there. It's a bit pricy, but well worth it. Anytime you can find a Roman restaurant with no menu, it's... More
This restaurant is outside the city center and has been very crowded by locals both times I have had the pleasure of dining there. Mama is in the kitchen, and you can tell that she spends hours in there preparing the most delicious, authentic Roman food with what seems like just a few ingredients.The food is served traditional Roman style,... More
Hard to spot and not always open on weekends (not in winter anyway), but this restaurant is well worth the effort. Superb attitude to food and service and not just your run of the meal restaurant experience. Do be brave and try liver or the tripe, if you're a foody you won't regret it. This place is also excellent value... More
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