Ristorante Piperno is in the Jewish Quarters of Rome tucked away in a side street - and it has been there for more than 150 years - up a small allay laced with cobbled streets - and on approach you see this most wonderful outside dining area with large umbrellas and tables decked with white table clothes.
The fried artichokes are just amazing - and very much to expectation - after all I had traveled all the way from Singapore to reacquaint myself with this most delicious dish. In addition, with had a selection of white fish, squid and prawns accompanied with fresh spinach - and of course a refreshing white wine from Sardinia.
A must visit when in Rome away from the hustle bustle.
Please remember - lunch hour is from 12.15 to 2.30.
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