Visited La Porcheria whilst staying nearby on a balmy summer’s evening, midweek - we didn’t book, arriving at 8pm to join a few other Brits who like to eat earlier. It filled up after 8:30, but no-one was turned away. The dining area is in a open courtyard, perfect for the time of year. We left ourselves largely in the hands of the lovely owner, who suggested two antipasti, two Primi (pasta dishes) and three Secondi (main course), all shared between the five of us (two adults, one grown up and two teenage children). Highlights were the selection of antipasti and the mixed grill - the house speciality is Sicilian Black Pork, which was excellent in all forms. Only misstep was the carbonara, which was a little scrambled and made with bacon rather than guanciale (ask any Roman and they would insist, and this place worships the pig!). We saw others eating pizza that looked substantial and good. Washed down with good house red, mopped up with nice local bread. Good vfm €85.
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