We ate here on our last night in Rome and it was such a fantastic way to end the holiday. A true experience, and a delicious one at that.
The restaurant is hidden away in a corner of a small square with no other restaurants and bars. Very easy to miss. Once inside, you feel like you've stepped into someone's home, and are made to feel very welcome. We were immediately greeted with a glass of Proseco (on the house) and some very tasty Tuscan salami. There is no English menu, we don't speak Italian and Gino doesn't speak English. Also, there doesn't appear to be a wine list... So, Gino chose the dishes and wines for us. The mixed antipasto was delicious and very generous in size and so was the courgette lasagne. By then we were too full to eat anything else which was a shame. Having had the wines, which were excellent, chosen for us we were quite nervous about the bill. But, it turned out to be the cheapest (and the best) wine we had had all holiday. I'm now dreaming of going back to Rome to visit this restaurant again.
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