We ordered the Salmon salad which was simply embarrassing - tasteless and shapeless. Drinks were ridiculously expensive.
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This is a really precious address in Rome: in an ancient building, containing the heritage of italian sculptor Antonio Canova (lots of eighteenth century statues and pieces of art) and his scholar Tadolini you'll find a nice atmosphere. Embroidered table towels, nice service and reasonable...More
Not the first place you'd think of going to for a quick on-the-go freshly squeezed orange juice "spremuta d'arancia". But actually, it is my favorite in Rome. Central, not too touristy, and turns into an amazing activity if you have family and/or friends visiting. I...More
Quirky restaurant where you sit surrounded by statuary and sculptures by Canova and Tadolini. The food is delicious and service is good and whenever we visit Rome we go for at least one meal there.
This place was recommended to us because of the special setting with all the statues. To us it all seemed a bit bizarre, not necessarily a cozy setting for a meal. We went for lunch and although nothing was particularly wrong we weren't very impressed...More
We booked a table beforehand with 20% discount. When we came to the restaurant, the waiter made everything to make our stay uncomfortable: arrogance in each his word was pretty much disgusting. When we ordered pasta with lobster - he was so much "surprised" that...More
The fantastic location is attractive for tourists walking between Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo. It could justify high prices, but in some cases they are not acceptable: one of our tea (we asked for a simple jasmine tea at the end of the dinner)...More