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I visited da Augusto last weekend for dinner. Since the beginning and through all the dinner we were badly treated by the host and their crew.They lack any social skill to make it a nice experience and a wish to come back. That is the...More
After a nearly 45 minute queue, we were seated in the rear corner of this drab trattoria that’s seen better days. The server was disinterested and rude; she literally tossed the first course on our table without a word and never returned. The food was...More
A really dreadful experience.
"Greeted" by a disinterested waiter, eventually shown to a table by another.
Ordered a soup for first course, told no soups available (10 minutes into lunch).
Ordered alternatives. Order checked by another waiter a few minutes later. Despite this, my second...More
I love this no fuss no nonsense typical Osteria Trasteverina. Sandro who took over from his father Augusto is a great Roman guy, friendly and helpful with suggestions. They cook fresh and seasonal products typical of Rome. Always busy and lively with both locals and...More
We ate lunch here at the recommendation of my brother who lived in the neighborhood for a year. It’s not “fine” dining, just good home-made food at very good prices. Many local regulars eating there with tourists as well. Menu is fairly limited with different...More
It was a recommendation from my host, but it was the worst restaurant that I ever tried in Italy! The service was rude, the menu confusing and super limited, and the food was mediocre and tasteless. the worst of the worst!
I was traveling with...More
As I said in my review, we followed the Rough Guide recommendation in choosing this places - a guide that has always been reliable for us around the world. We sat next to locals who said it was one of their favourite... More
As I said in my review, we followed the Rough Guide recommendation in choosing this places - a guide that has always been reliable for us around the world. We sat next to locals who said it was one of their favourite & regular places on this side of the city and it was certainly our most authentic and best value meal in Rome (45 euro for 3 courses each and simple wine). BUT no credit cards, no bookings, limited menu choice and a steady queue formed all evening. We arrived at 8pm (opening time) and had no trouble getting a table but it was full 15 minutes later!!. If you don't fancy the look of the place, the wait or the menu there's a larger but more touristy restaurant across the square and loads of other places very close
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