Oh my God, my taste buds went crazy when I tried their veal meatballs, so to see someone say their lamb wasn't done right, what a disappointment, but than again, everyone has their own say. We literally took a wrong turn and ended up via delle Colonnelle, and I have to thank the universe for that, I was getting seriously frustrated with the prices and the monotone of the choices: pasta, pasta, pizza, pizza, more pasta, more pizza and then the FRENCH fries. Those who travel thousand miles to Rome and ordering French fries, by no means, nothing against French or potatoes, those folks just should all stay home and stop the sibling of the Rome restaurant owners who get lazy and loose their creativity because they only need to come up with three items on their menus: pasta, pizza and you know what. Trip to Italy is not all about seeing the cradle of the civilization, you travel to Italy to soak up the sun, drink amazing wine, eat some of the best mozzarella and Tiramisu, by the way, did you know that from Italian, tiramisu means "lift me up?" In any case, the night before, we were on the train from Venezia, and I overheard an Italian guy talking to an American couple about choosing best paces to savor the best Rome can offer; his advise precisly was "Step away rom the tourist path and you find the best places to eat in Rome," HE WAS SO RIGHT ON, we are trying this approach for the rest of our stay here.
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