We went here on a wet and wild night, when most of Rome stayed behind closed doors so it was very quiet. The bread was an assortment of homemade bread (including brown bread which is a rarity in Rome). We were brought some complimentary vegetable fritters before our starters. The bottled water was of a reasonable price too. My husband had the octopus to start and I had bruschetta. He then had beef tenderloin with creamed potatoes and I had gnocchi with seabass, seafood, olives and vegetables. The food was superb and reasonably priced, given the quality.
I would most certainly recommend this restaurant.
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