wonderful roman cuisine with a twist. just had a rissoto with apples and shrimp and a glass of white wine. just what my pallate deserved. try the coffee and on the road
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We were strolling and window shopping when we happened upon this lovely little place. We had turbot/shrimp crepes, apple risotto with shrimp, and a fried fish/squid plate. It was all good. The fried fish and squid was almost like a tempura it was so light....More
We decided to wander and let our daughter pick a restaurant. She chose this one. I had the Amatriciana (again- I keep ordering this Roman dish and am never disappointed! The gnocci are wonderful and the calamari fritti are amazing! Also stumbled upon a great...More
The food was good (I had a beef steak) and the service alright. I asked for a glass of wine and it was good. Honestly, I found the prices a bit high for the quality, which was good but not exceptional. Also the place itself...More
We ate at this restaurant basically because they had seats available and it didn't look fancy and pricey. Well the service was good, the food delicious. But can't really say that it wasn't pricey. I guess for Rome it is normal.
My wife and I dined here on our first night in Rome, having been unable to get a table at our preferred restaurant. The food was ok - decent portions, tasty enough, but not presented with any real aim to impress. Service was functional rather...More
We stumbled on this restaurant a couple of days ago and I had my reservations as it was in a very touristy area and there were no locals eating there (always a bad sign!). I ordered pasta which was drowned in sauce and my fellow...More
The two of us both had pasta, which was by no means bad but at a quality that an average cook can manage at home. Staff was friendly though, even though they made us wait quite long.
Popped in for a quick lunch and was surprised by the great menu. What we ordered was wonderful, could have stayed a lot longer if we had time. Great job