It is a typical place where you can get enjoy your wine as well as your food.
It offers mainly first plates: all extremely tasteful.
I would reccomend going there for a nice afternoon wine. It is generally always full during dinner and lunch hours as it is a very well known place among us romans.
For a pleasant afternoon wine: Legrein (any) and some patè (they have 3 mix patè plate where you can chose the ones you like most) the bread for the patè's is slightly crunchy for those of you who have soft teeth! (It is technically a french/italian restaurant.
Our total was: around 30euro. Wine was 19 (although they have very cheap ones aswell) and mix patè for around 10.
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