I should have known better when the waiter kept insisting it was fresh food, not frozen or microwaved. We were a party of three. One of us ordered a class of Pinot Grigio (€8). It had to be sent back. The replacement was a bit better but the rest of us were glad that we were on water (€4). The Caesar Salad was terrible - scrawny bits of chicken, appalling croutons and mayonnaise instead of a Caesar dressing (€12). The Spaghetti Carborara (€11) was deemed 'ok' but the Alfredo Parmigano was like rubber (€11).
Our waiter spent most of his time chain smoking at the perimeter fence and between cigarettes, took a minute or two out to tend to customers. The total bill was €46 but he tried to slip €48 past us on the credit card bill. This is the fifth time that someone has attempted to do us on a restaurant bill in just four days in Rome!
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