The worst restaurant in Rome. Bad behaviour from the owner and staff. Also the food was stale and uncooked.
One of three has been vomiting all night after eating tonnato carpaccio and tonnato stake! Two of us had set meal which was ok but the place is not in any way the standard it used to be. Self-evidently we do not recommend!
Poor food. Terrible service. Extremely rude manager who snatched my credit card when I requested to pay and walked away with it. I went after him and he handed it to a waitress standing at a desk with a portable card reader! Staff falling over...More
We had Friday dinner there and the mussels where excellent and a very large portion. I had a mixed fish platter which came quickly after the mussels but my wife waited and waited for her Turbot. The waitress was clearly stretch to her limit. I...More
Around the corner from the main station in Rome (about a 10 minute walk) is this large restaurant full of local families. A wide range of fish dishes and local wines at reasonable prices. Service is prompt. Try the Bee Bar on Via Tiburtina for...More
The fish is fresh and the servings are huge! This family run restaurant provides delicious meals at a reasonable cost. Service while friendly is but a little disjointed (two requests before a glass of wine arrived and three requests for the bill).
I have visited this fantastic restaurant several times over some years now. Every time the food, wine, the staff - everything - is superb!
A conference dinner took place here, and the full course meal they served was quite a memorable and enjoyable experience, but not without its downsides. Starting with a plate of fresh, delectable mussels and clams (very good), followed by marinated octopus and squid (so tender!),...More