When in Rome, eat where the Romans eat. We avoid crowded, over-priced and pretentious greasy-spoon downtown eateries . And so should you. The "Trattoria ai Due Ponti" is pure class tailor-fit into a refurbished 18th-century Roman farm house. Starched white table cloths covering tables laden with silver and crystal stand out against a background of iron hinges and polished wooden beams. Gabriella is the mother and the driving force behind the family owned and operated resturant. She, together with a hand-picked group of suppliers furnish the restaurant with fresh and salt water fish, grain-fed meat and home-grown produce. The first-class raw materials then find their way into the kitchen where Gabriella and her team of chefs work their magic. Whether the fish is roasted or broiled, it is succulent and tasty. If the meat grilled on and open fire or baked in the oven, it melts in your mount. The vegetables and fruit are so fresh that you would swear they were picked just before you arrived. And eating at the "Trattoria ai Due Ponti" is really not that expensive. We Romans know that fine dining can be found especially in the country. "Trattoria ai Due Ponti" is located just a few kilometers from the downtown area. Splurge. Take a taxi and have lunch or dinner. It's well worth it.
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