Superb Seafood in Rome. Non tourist restaurant. Great location with newly unearthed ruins within walking distance. Pricey but worth it.
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Very cousy trattoria, we had an excellent dinner , paste with vongole e cozze was very tasty , Orata all'acqua pazza was fresh and delicious. Local Frascati wine was quite decent. Owner and personnel very kind and warm...and it wasnt expensive... all this at 200...More
We were on a private tour with a professional guide. He took us here for lunch. Seafood a speciality - especially whole fish baked in salt casing - beautiful. Not flashy, but good value - recommend.
Decided to visit this restaurant to sample the sea food menu. Ordered a lobster dish and prawn dish which was very expensive. Prawn dish was mediocre but lobster dish was inedible. We was told that it might be the wrong time of year for lobster,...More
We ate here at the recommendation of our concierge. It is a short taxi ride out of center. We wanted a non touristy restaurant. We got an expensive tourist trap where they weigh the fish and even the shrimp. One shrimp is about 10 Euro...More
The best fish restaurants in Rome have the reputation of being atrociously expensive. There is at least ine exception. In two we spent last night only €97, including 10 in tip ! I had one of the best fritto di paranza ever and my companion...More
We have been to this restaurant two times. we have not been disappointed. Love the Window of the restaurant which displays the fish as if they were still swimming. Will be back again.
This place located near the Colosseum was recommended by our hotel. We had grilled fresh sea bream (Branzino) on a bed of grilled vegetables. It was fantastic! The waitress brought the fish to us to choose and it was large enough for 2 people (800...More
We have been there yesterday evening. There were more waiters then guests. After dinner we understood. Once a restaurant with very good food - not cheap but refined dishes. The famous antipasto of row and cooked fish changed into 5 simple things. For this they...More