We stopped in for an early lunch because it was raining hard, and we hoped to sit out the rain before exploring the neighborhood. The restaurant was empty (possibly not even open yet), but the staff welcomed us with open arms. We had no specific expectations, but we were delighted with our lunch. We started with a simple green salad, and then shared a roman-style artichoke. The artichoke was perfect... tender, lightly marinated and mildly seasoned, and so carefully trimmed that we ate everything in the plate-- even the stem. We followed up with a delicious pizza Bianca with fresh porcini mushrooms. A very solid meal in Trastavere: this is the kind of place where we might be regulars if we lived nearby. In other words, it's not a special occasion restaurant, but the service was good, the prices were reasonable, and the food hits the spot.
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