New Italian cuisine with varied success is the best description of food in this trendy, youthful place.
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We ate at Piccolo Mondo on our last night in Italy. (Thank goodness we ended strong as we'd had several not-so-good dinners leading up to it!) The restaurant has a nice vibe, our waiter was friendly and attentive. The fish of the day, sea bass,...More
Dear Guest, I just wanted to drop you a note to thank you so very much for your feedback. I'm so happy you had such a great time, from the entrance to the service! We do look forward to welcoming you again to our restaurant
We loved this restaurant- great food and service- especially Marco and Fabio who were wonderfully attentive and provided excellent wine recommendations. We highly recommend this authentic Italian restaurant just a couple of blocks from the Via Veneto.
We dined here last night for our last night in Rome. We had passed the restaurant the night before and the waitress had said we must come and try it for the pasta. We came just before 9pm, seated promptly and given our menus. It...More
Outside seating on a pleasant Sunday afternoon was good without selfish smokers, all smokers leaving the area in order to have their hits privately. Service was adequate though not outstanding but the food was simply magical. Outstanding primi piati (Tonarelli, perfectly al dente) and wonderful...More
This is the end restaurant of three in a row. It is very Italian and the menu is definitely above average. There are outside tables. There was nothing at all wrong with the food, it was tasty, fresh and came reasonably quickly. However, there was...More
We had about 50 people dining that night and service was prompt. Started with an eggplant Parmesan as an hors d'oeuvres, followed by lasagna with zucchini and sausage, and ending with Roman saltimbocca (beef roll with ham and cheese). Dessert was tiramisu. All were very...More
I enjoyed a dinner, as a solo traveller, during my June vacation. This ristorante was just around the corner from the street of my hotel. It was a lovely find in quieter parts of Rome tourist areas. Outside tables and excellent Italian style service by...More
We were recommended many different restaurants for my birthday dinner and walked passed all the suggested venues. Luckily we found this restaurant which was very local to our hotel. The meal was very very good and we finished of with a tiramisu which was to...More
I dined here 30+ years ago and we returned to magical Piccolo Mondo last week. It was a near perfect ending to a wonderful vacation in Rome. Service is impeccable and completely professional. We had the baked sea bass for two which was served with...More