Osteria via Mantova balances powerfully to all the gifts that nature bestowed bitterly. It's in Rome, but not in the Rioni area, where tourists flock; little if not any window in the internal rooms, a small dehors but no view in perspective nor the pleasure to enjoy the gusts of the western wind that relieve all roman summer, since via Mantova is a short and narrow, but not that narrow, road, where the wind gets easily lost.
The place is in the residential-turning-to-business area, hence it thrives thanks to the reliability of what it can offer, day by day, gaining a small but generous list of usuals; the menu is pleasing and with no blinding sparks, which work only once. A quiet and comfortable environment and an elegant but not posh decor makes you forget where you are and push you to devore the menu, which is in large part fish-based. And, finally, a balanced service, not loud, but very expert, can guide you through a very enjoyable dinner. Fares are in the mid-range and give access to medium size-dishes of excellent quality. Wine list is in line with the menu. I'd suggest this place without hesitating.
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