We stopped here after visiting the Vatican, and had pizza and pasta. It was the worst we have had in Italy so far. The pizza was tasteless and the pasta was from a packet even though it was advertised as hand made and the mushrooms...More
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Our first night in Rome was going to be a hit and miss regarding where to eat. We were located slap bang in the busiest tourist district,a stones throw away from St Peter's. Being of Roman parents but living abroad I wanted good Italian food...More
The wife and I ate here on our first night in Rome and it was the steak was grilled to my liking and the pizza was great. My wife couldn't stop raving about the salmon in a brandy sauce. Even though the restaurant was full...More
The quality and services are excellent! You can find the very tasteful food such as spaghetti, various kind of pizzas, nice drinks and the most tasteful limoncello! The staff is very polite with humor and willful to satisfy the clients' needs.
If you are used to good food, don't bother. Other people were raving about the pizza and the pasta but we just ate cos we were hungry. The quality of the food is very poor and this was the only place in Rome where the...More
I visited Ristorante La Vitroria with friends when I visited Rome and the meal was delicious. I ordered the Spaghetti with seafood and I enjoyed every bite. One of my friends ordered the beef and she enjoyed it as well. The desert was also great....More
Near the Vatican with a good fish menu.The Vatican priests seem to eat here so must be good value :).The staff are excellent and very hospitable. I think I actually got a 20% discount the the last time I ate here. It is definitely the...More
I am convinced that every restaurant has an off-night. However, we visited La Vittoria twice and could not have been happier with the service, the food and the atmosphere. We ate outside for two dinners and were well fed and well treated.
This place is a favorite of many Vatican regulars and is situated on a street filled with similar looking restaurants, a fact worth noting simply because were we not with a priest/scholar from the area- we'd have had no clue which one to select. This...More