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Recommend by the lady in the hotel we’re staying in as the place she would go herself. Mix of tourists and mature locals. Good selection of dishes and no pizza. I had spaghetti and clams. Husband had chicken and oven potatoes. Both had pana cotta....More
We went here on a whim since we were passing by and it ended up being my favorite meal of our trip! I am also Italian AND from NY so I am lucky enough to have grown up with amazing Italian food and this did...More
Having lived in Rome for several years, I was so pleased to be told about this restaurant. It has a true Roman menu, and the preparation of their dishes is simple, authentic and delicious. There are not many places to get a really good vitello...More
Warning; Do not order Osso Buco. I have never had pale and gray (true: No rose crust at al) boiled Osso Buco with thin watery tomato sauce and lots of overcooked green peas (maybe from a can?) before. Made without love or taste. Not a...More
Stumbled upon Al 31 while checking out the many restaurants in the area.
We were attracted by the rustic simple decor and positive comments from guests eating outside. As well the absence of a "tout" trying to lure us in was a relief.
I went there by myself, I was on the second week in roma to learn italian. I know how bad it is when foreign people dont make an effort to learn your language and i was in rome for that, to learn italian.
We found this place by chance and loved hanging out there in an outside table for lunch. We ended up staying longer as it was a relaxed place with friendly staff, we even met the owner. The pasta was great, but the best was the...More