We stopped in the restaurant one evening as it looked nice with a secluded "conservatory like" veranda.
Being in Rome, the quality of Italian food is, obviously, fairly good. But not here.
Overpriced, very small portions: the delivery is not what the restaurant prides itself to be.
The Jamm Ja' pizza was a margherita with stodgy ricotta in the crust (delivered within minutes of making the order) and my mushroom and beef pasta was a very small portion for the price, very well presented but as it was delivered ever so quickly, it was clear that the dish had not been freshly prepared.
The prices are for a high quality fare, but what is delivered is a "tourist trap fast food" in a restaurant that does not even have a brilliant view to justify the surcharge.
Tap water was charged £3.
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