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We researched restaurants near to our hotel and decided to try Il Gabriello since it looked beautiful and was in walking distance. We enjoyed it and wish there was a way to rate it 4.5 stars. Nice selection of Lazio wines.
My ideal restaurant would be a nice smaller place that has maybe one or two other local families where fresh homemade food is coming out of the kitchen such as pasta and meat and fish. This restaurant was average at best and the wait time...More
Found Il Gabriello on a trip to Rome a few months back and was lucky enough to find myself back in Rome & Il Gabriello’s neighborhood tonight. :) The food is excellent... servers kind and helpful (even if you know little to no Italian) &...More
The atmosphere and ambiance was great. The food was ok, not my favorite but acceptable
My only negative is about service.
We asked for our check at least 5 times. Not exaggerating.
It reached a point where I was about to leave without paying.
Very good food, we had platters to start and pasta for main course. I must say the pasta was really good, probably the best carbonara I've had in Rome although the portions are small if youre having pasta as a main. Maybe there could be...More
Great tasting menu served by Claudio,cooked by Gabriello with fresh ingredients from his wife''s farm .The Place was full of fellow Americans and locals. The portions are huge and delicious. The atmosphere is friendly.Highly recommend.
Extremly good chef, maitr and staff. Huge cellar, fantastic wine proposals according to your order. They know all about the wine. Extremly good pasta, entracot angus beef and deserts. Trust them. You will remember me.
Extremly good chef, maitr and staff. Huge cellar, fantastic wine suggestions according to your order. They know all about the wine. Extremly good pasta, entracot angus beef, tagliata di manzo and deserts. Trust them. You will remember me.