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“Not great food...and tried to overcharge us”
Review of Di Qua'

Di Qua'
Ranked #2,627 of 13,322 Restaurants in Rome
Cuisines: Italian
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Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
Neighbourhood: Campo Marzio
Reviewed 22 February 2014

Good location,nice atmosphere,busy with quite a few locals.Food very average. Indifferent service and overcooked food. When the bill came they had charged us for a 'whole' chicken main course as opposed to a 'half'chicken. They knew they had tried it on. They changed the incorrect bill as soon as we pointed it out.

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Reviewed 20 February 2014 via mobile

Extremely attentive service...pleasing ambiance
Lasagna...tasty but missing something...maybe the meat could have been more
Buticini...again al dente...more parmesan then required, but better more flavor than no flavor.
Cappuccino was super...good and strong flavor but not overwhelming...

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Reviewed 3 January 2014

This review is for drinks and complimentary appetizers only. We didn't eat dinner.

Great wine and prosecco selection by the glass
We sat outdoors, charming little street off the main over -touristy part of the Spanish steps but still close.
Great large plate of little appetizers stuffed with spinach, cheese etc.
Recommended.

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Reviewed 19 October 2013

The ambience inside is intimate, the wines are very well chosen,and the food I had was quite good. The tables outside are a little small for eating at, but give you a good view of the passing crowd.

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Reviewed 26 August 2013

Great little contemporary restaurant not far from the Spanish steps, but tucked away to avoid the crowds and chaos. Food was imaginative and fresh - only slightly let down by temperature - all meals came warm-ish rather than hot. Starters and mains were wonderful - aubergine parmesano was fabulous - aubergine wrapped around mozzarella, served with roasted cherry tomatoes - fresh and full of flavour. Polpette also amazing - meatballs in a pistacchio sauce - they were so light and tasty. Tataki & various pasta dishes - nothing disappointed. Wished we'd had room for dessert - they looked amazing - we'll be back for more later in the week.

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