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I'd give 4.5 if I could! The best Cacio e pepe I had in Rome - great pasta and flavour. Sommelier was knowledgeable and recommended a lovely local wine for us. Staff were friendly and we were able to book a table at the time...More
After a review of the good comments from recent reviewers and ignoring the bad, we went along to this restaurant and had one of the best meals in Rome. The quality of the food from start to finish was top quality and the sommelier recommended...More
This is one of the best restaurants I have eaten at during a 2 week visit to Rome. Make sure to book a table in advance, I waited until 2 days before and ended with a reservation at 10:30. I had read some less favorable...More
Don't miss this fabulous restaurant experience in Rome.
The pasta with parmesan and pepper was perfect, fresh and delicious, stirred with the parmesan cheese and pepper at your table. The wine steward was very helpful pointing us to a smooth and full bodied red that...More
Packed on Friday night, but we had a table provided we arrived at 19:00. The food was fine, nothing exceptional.
I had the pasta cacio e pepe to start followed by the fried seafood. The former was good, the latter was ordinary.
My companion had...More
After waiting 1hour and watching others come after and be seated ahead, I was determined to see what the fuss was about!
Wait staff spoke only Italian and couldn’t advise on any specials or menu in general, white sauce turns out being mashed...More
At first we waited about one hour for the table because we didn’t have a reservation...
The restaurant don’t have a lot of options for antipast, we had fried vegetables that were ok.
I had a cacio i pepe that was good, but very spicy...More
And, hands down the best "cacio e peppe" in Rome -- we six walked in for lunch during our recent visit to Roma and the staff at the door couldn't have been nicer -- they made room for us and showed us to a table....More
After booking this restaurant 4 weeks in advance (for a special occasion, my mothers 70th) I was treated extremely rudely when entering! I was told I didn't have a reservation and then after looking properly (having to show the call I made to make the...More
Put the house music on replay and you have Testaccio, an ancient Roman port and former working class neighborhood where the bass is set to high almost every night of the week. Its collection of discoteche (nightclubs), street parties, and crowded restaurants give it its well-deserved party reputation. During the daytime, Testaccio is more easy listening than club hit, the area is full of locally owned small
businesses and has one of the city's larger produce markets.