Quite basic decor but with authentic feel. In a group of four: three of us took the aubergine starter which was underwhelming, but the ravioli with oxtail was extremely good. Friendly and attentive service.
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Our tour guide steered us here one of the nights that we were on our own in Rome. It was a short walk from our hotel, yet something we night not have discovered without her help. They accommodated our rather large party (roughly 20) on...More
I've been here last week ,May 2017 You feel the real roman culture It's full of resident of Rome , this always means that you eat good and it's actually local speciality Its easy and spartan Waitress are running around and always available I loved...More
We saw this restaurant on our first night while walking back to the hotel, we were hungry and so decided to have a look inside. It was full with locals, a good sign maybe, that the food is great. Fortunately, the food was amazing so...More
Chosen on a night in Rome as near by hotel after a long day sightseeing, after reading reviews on trip advisor we were left highly underwhelmed, when we arrived we were grunted to a table , shoved in the corner and not spoke to after...More
Delicious, homemade, and inexpensive prices at this cute neighborhood osteria. They had grandma cooking in the kitchen, so you know it's good! We ordered the carbonara and cacio e pepe and both were great! The carbonara was rich and creamy. A liter of wine cost...More
Typical trattoria located in San Lorenzo. Homemade and well-tasting food; simple with high quality ingredients. Atmosphere is good, can only recommend the place. I'll be back!
It is a very busy trattoria in a student area (booking raccomended). Simple food, good quality, nice atmosphere. A good range of local and other Italian wine reasonably priced
After reading the reviews we decided to have dinner here. The restaurant is quite unassuming in the San Lorenzo neighbourhood but plenty of locals eat here which is a good sign. 3 course meal with a 1/2 litre house red wine for 40 euros was...More