We found the food to be ok but not great. The place was easy to find and the staff was very helpful in explaining what each item was. The atmosphere was nice also.
we go to eat gnocchi on thursdays at this small out of the way local spot whenever we are in rome. My husband only eats american and had a good steak and potatoes, no it wasn't on a menu but if you don't see something ask about it. This is not fancy in anyway so if you want a special... More
I can only agree with all the great reviews for this Rosticceria. This was one of my favourite places while in Rome. So authentic, so local, so tasty. I like to see what I am going to eat and all of their counters looked mouthwatering. Pizzas by slice, vegetable section, pastas, different types of meat etc Nice house wine. Its... More
The rotisserie is located close to Fiume Square, just 1 km from People's Square, and you can eat every day for lunch and dinner except on Wednesday and it is ideal for those who have a limited budget or for those who do not want to lose much time to eat. "I Molisani” has a good pizza by the slice... More
We came here after our visit at the Villa Borghese. It's a deli like restaurant that we pick our food at the counter (there're diff types of cold dishes/hot dishes displayed), then we look for a table, they bring the food to our table and we pay before we leave. Tables are limited (there're some tables in the room adjacent... More
A italian deli like osteria for local food. It's our second visit to this place because my husband missed their garlic bread. We were the only tourists there. A great place to experience italian local food.
They do not have a menu, you pick what you want from a variety of Italian dishes displayed inside. You eat with the locals on a simple terras outside. The food is good & valie for money. We paid 35 euro for 4..... Great place for lunch, about 800 m from galleria borgese.
This is a deli like restaurant with a few tables north east of the Termini. It is far enough away to be in a residential district. No other tourists during our visit. The tripadvisor logo is on their window. They have, as is typical for urban rosticceria, a deli case like set up, with pizza on one end and main... More
After a crowded trip to the Borghese Gallery on our last day in Italy we were hungry, tired and sick of tourists. This place was a welcome refuge. We had chicken, potatoes, spinach, lasagna, wine and pop for â¬17.50. No tourists in sight, uncrowned and open for an early dinner.
This restaurant was a short walk from the Borghese Gallery into what seemed to be a more residential Roman neighborhood- and was a nice change of pace from the usual restaurants. When you walk in there are an array of choices behind the display case - gnocchi, pasta, stuffed tomatoes, roasted chicken, veal, pizza, etc. You pick the items you... More
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