This a very nice restaurant somewhat off the beaten track behind the Villa Borghese. You will probably need a taxi as I did but I would return. The menu does contain some specialities from the Abruzzo region but much of the offering appears to be traditionally Roman. We enjoyed excellent pasta with amatriciano and carbonara. The suckling pig was outstanding although this may not a dish for the squeamish as it does come from a small piglet. Bream was also fresh and cooked accurately. An earlier reviewer has complained about the price of the fish. If in doubt, ask before you confirm your order but assume you will pay twice the price of a regular main course. The clientele are largely local and the service is friendly.
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