Saw this in Lonely Planet guide and as advertised, it was quiet (outside table no problem), inexpensive and good food. Just 3 blocks from St. Peter's Square. Saw some nice pizzas going to another table -- we opted for a nosh-style mix of a cheese and meat plate, meat-stuffed fried olives and 'nuvolette campagnole', literally "peasant clouds" -- tasty fried bread-puff things one gobbles with everything else. Yum. Service typcially Roman (hence, only four stars). But under 25 E including two cokes, and small tip.
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