We had two lovely meals at Il Pozzetto during our recent trip to Rome during Easter Week. As the Borgo is so convenient to St. Peter's, you will find it loaded with tourists during Easter Week and with many apartments available in the vicinity, there are several good choices. Il Pozzetto was comfortable, the food was good and quick, and the service was heartfelt and attentive - our waitress was tickled that we were photographing the food, and on our last night in Rome, we had a lovely taste of after dinner liquers. Among the outstanding dishes, a pasta with meat sauce was so delicious and savory; we also had a Roman salmon dish (salmon cooked and served atop roasted bread) that was amazing. The salads and vegetables were also fresh and delicious, not over-prepared. The bar is fully adequate, with many choices. The desserts were beautiful and authentic. Grandma's cake - not my favorite, but my daughter loved it. Service was attentive but not annoying. We noted large groups speaking in Italian and many other languages. We did not not have any bad interactions but we noted that outside tables, as in all cafes in Rome, street vendors approach with impunity. This was a great place for us to grab a late dinner on our way back from exploring other parts of Rome, and we noted several vaticani dining there on the occasions of our visits. Always a good sign, we think . . .
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