This is a little gem tucked away in an alley near the Parlamento on Vicolo Rosini (near the Corso). Open for lunch; for dinner it opens at 8 p.m. (closes at 10:30), and reservations are a must (you may need to book days in advance in high season). It's small, packed, and bustling for a good reason -- traditional, good trattoria food at reasonable prices. Excellent pastas, particularly nice mixed antipasti plate (loved the artichoke pie), good lamb dishes. Heavenly tiramisu. Dinner for two, with wine, as 66 euros (we shared the antipasti place and dessert). Very pleasant service. This is a place to go back to over and over (if you can get in, that is!)
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