This cooky restaurant was next door to my hotel, so after a day of touring Rome, we stopped in for lunch. The decor is a little bizarre - walls covered in random pieces of art and knicknacks galore, but don't let the weirdness (including the platter of cooked chickens at the door) deter you. The food was delicious - we had pizzas and caprese salads. The waiter passed his time singing Italian operas, while meandering around the restaurant. Definitely worth a stop if you like being entertained. Just ask for the check a while before you're ready to leave. As with many of the Rome establishments, we had to wait quite a bit for the check to actually arrive.
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