We dined here after reading reviews and we were so glad we did. Its hidden in the back streets close to the Spanish steps and piazza di spagna. The restaurant had a warm feel to it and lovely décor filled with locals and tourists dining.
The staff were friendly and accommodating and as for the food...so good! I have prawn and zucchini risotto and my partner lobster linguini. I expected the bill to be high but the prices were standard for Rome.
We were lucky as we made it for the last night before they closed for the month of August for their summer break
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