Went there on a lark to try local Roman cuisine. Did not have reservations (4 of us) but were sat right down. It was 1930 and we were the only ones (which would have been worrisome except we knew we were in Rome). Had trippa a la Romana with chicory greens, wife had on the bone roast pork with haricots verbs, and friends had oxtail stew and haricots verts and roast pork. All meals were superb with beautiful presentation. Waiter, Alessandro, was attentive but not intrusive. Accompanied meal with a fine Brunello. Desserts (fresh strawberries and ice cream were equally good. Dinner was over 2 hours and we never felt rushed. Finished a wonderful meal with a complimentary limoncello. If you want authentic Roman cuisine eaten by locals, would highly recommend.u
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