Located about one hundred metres from the Piazza di Popolo, this was one of several restaurants recommended to us by our apartment owner. We found it to be a popular and bustling restaurant that offered authentic fresh & home cooked italian food and excellent service. We had the classic bruschetta as a starter and it was so good we found the mains (spring lamb & suckling pig) almost too much to finish. As we had such a good evening we returned a few days later but found that it lacked a little in comparison but only in terms of variety. This we think was due to the fact that being a Saturday night and the place being closed on Sunday, the menu was limited to what was on the blackboard with the formal menu not being available. It was clearly a place frequented by local people and was not one of the many 'tourist-traps' that abound in and around Rome. We hope to stay in the same area of the city again and if we do we would certainly make this one of our eating destinations again.
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