the mealsare good, the pricei as well (5 - 7 euros in average for a plate), good and polite personnel. Quick service.
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We had scheduled a morning and afternoon tour with Green Line Tours across the street. This restaurant had received mixed reviews from TripAdvisor but was close. I had Pasta Fagiola and my wife had Minestrone soup and we have no complaints. The cappuccino on the...More
Very good food, definitely a bargain for the portion sizes you get. Really cheap and extremely pleasant staff. Plenty to choose from too.
Having arrived in Rome for the first time, with horror stories about euro exchange rates and pricey food.. we walked a 100 yrs from our hot and found this little gem. We sat down for some antipasti and wine and were treated brilliantly by the...More
We had a few hours to kill in the evening before taking our metro back to the hotel. Others in our group ate in the station restaurant and Burker King as I recall. Anyway, we walked the hundred metres or so to the Osteria da...More
We stayed in Rome 2 days, and ate at 4 Restaurants while staying there. Hands down we all agreed this was our best experience of the 4. We are not food gurus, we don't expect or want to pay for 20-30 dollar entrees, so that...More
It tastes good, but... You can get some unpleasant feelings as an Asian.(I'm also Asian and so I experienced it :( ) 인쫑짜별 지리구연 오지구연 ㄹㅇ 짜별 ㅆㅅㅌㅊ ㅇㅈ? ㅇ ㅇㅈ! 앵가나면 가찌마요... 꽨히 큰돈들려 로마왔는떼 끼분 잡찌면 쫌 끄럼. 글자수채우기 글자수
Wandered in a little groggily for our first lunch after arriving in Rome and were pleasantly surprised. The food was authentic and amazingly inexpensive in this old-style osteria. The Roman classic, cacio e pepe, was perfect and plentiful. The house wine was delightfuly refreshing. A...More
If you read some of the restaurant reviews on Trip Adviser you will be aware of some of the underhanded practices of some of the restaurants in Rome. So, it was with this in mind when we went out on our 1st night in Rome....More