Small and homey casual diner on a moderately quiet back street. Cute and charming but just a notch above cafe. Outdoor seating in slightly enclosed area close to pedestrian walkway. Lovely flowers hung up in enclosure.
Served promptly with a moderately sized menu, no English translations - which we found reassuring. Olives were sodden but nice, swordfish was slightly dry under the dousing of olive oil, salad fresh but not crisp. Wine served chilled at great value.
Friendly and perfunctory but without smiles. Two senior staff stood around outside chatting in between or while assisting the waitresses.
Great value at less than €20 a head including wine.
We had just arrived in Rome and picked the place as it seemed quiet. Sod's law as soon as we sat down, the 2 managers soon came out to stand near the doorway chatting in between serving ...or even during serving. They kept an eagle eye out on us but it was a bit distracting to sit so close to them and try to talk over their voices. Tables and chairs are set right on street so rather wobbly, with people walking by intermittently - we were unfortunately sat right next to the pedestrian walkway instead of further into the enclosure closer to the road and the barrier where it would have been quieter. Quick and cheerful place, but best to pick better seating.
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