Excellent roman food as always for me over the last 10 years! It's a family owned business who take immense pride in the taste and quality of their food!
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This is a typical neighborhood (Monteverde) restaurant, with 'honest', cheap meals. A huge selection of pizze (all around 8 euro), great salads, pastas, and main courses. Also the typical Roman fried snacks. While we were staying in the Via Alberto Mario, the big terrace was...More
We had an early evening meal here, seemingly before the place got going. Pizza Napoli was OK, not the worst I have had but lacked flavour and substance so a long way from the best. Calzone Quattro Formaggi was quite greasy, and the blue cheese...More
A few minutes walk from Via A Poerio (where I was staying), 10 minutes' stroll from the terminus of the 75 bus, this restaurant is very good value -- authentic Italian food, pleasant service and very reasonably priced. The outdoors, summertime option was really pleasant...More
This was right across our rental apartment, so we ate there a couple of times while in Rome. The food was great. Delicious pizza, really good Cacio e pepe (one of the best we had), good wine and other dishes were good too. Service was...More
Lovely restaurant inside and out so typically Italian. They were able to serve me gluten free pasta which was delicious. The service was brilliant ESP as there was only one waiter and he was working so so hard to meet everyone's needs, it was like...More
Just across the road from where we were staying, this friendly little trattoria was perfect for an evening meal with the family. Good thin crust pizzas and wonderful mussels. Despite the language barrier, we managed to communicate with laughter. Very reasonable prices too.
Yummy food, wonderful house wine and reasonable prices. The staff was obviously tired by 11 PM yet still polite and helpful