Too expensive with small dishes. You can find better Better avoide the red white table maps. Speaks very good English.
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Had an extensive outdoor lunch at the Arancio d'Oro. I very much liked the quality of the starters: grilled artichoke, insalata caprese and more. These were in my case followed by an above average Saltimbocca. This place is well worth a visit certainly won't disappoint...More
This place is a hidden gem. The service was great and also the food. Will return to this place when returning Rome.
When you are looking for lovely authentic Italian place to go for lunch or dinner, then this is a great restaurant to visit! Their pizza's are delicious with great thin base, the salad was fresh and simple and the service was excellent - despite being...More
Simply put, it is one of my favorite restaurants in Europe. Consistent quality and service at reasonable prices (for Rome). Whenever I am in Italy on business I try to end the trip with a visit to this restaurant and I try to send others...More
A good place for lunch, frequented by locals who know where good food is to be found. The menu is quite typical for Rome and there are daily specials which we enjoyed very much. Good attentive service, and good value for money. We would recommend...More
Arancio d'Oro shared the alley with our hotel. Prefect place to unwind after traveling to Rome. Quaint and off the tourist path. Patrons were mostly locals. Staff was extremely warm and attentive. Did meet two other American young ladies. They had been referred by an...More