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We were taken here on a foodie tour. I was worried because I typically hate fish. We had the fried cod and it was the most amazing fish I've ever had! I keep thinking about it. The tour guide told us they use sparkling water...More
A little hole in the wall place near Campo de Fiori that serves a very basic and limited menu -- the roman version of fish and chips, which is baccala (salt cod) battered and fried. Nothing fancy, but good and cheap eats. Everything on the...More
We came to this quirky little restaurant on the recommendation of an Italian fellow traveller and because we were looking for a change from pizza and pasta. The fried baccala was ok but there was a lot of batter so we thought that it was...More
What a great little find! This small restaurant is old and fully of quirky history, and also full of locals in family groups and noisy tab,es, on the evening that we visited.
The fried fish is simply wonderful and available to eat in (if you...More
Very local place in a lovely area in the heart of Rome. Here you can enjoy the italian version of fish and chips and you can either eat there or take-away. Try fried zucchini and puntarelle because they are traditional and gnummy. About 20€ per...More
We come to this place every time we're in Rome. Definitely local,typical and off handily Roman. You can't get better fried baccala than this in the city. A bit pricey considering its only one piece of fish, but definitely worth it. We just take it...More
What a terrible and disappointing experience this time. We went for dinner here, as we have done on many occasions over the last 6 years. Can not believe the difference in attitude this time around. The waiter wanted our order almost immediately after we sat...More
Was on our list to try so we went in the late evening.
Small place in a tiny piazza and so crowded - but great buzz
Gave our name and happy to eat inside
Shared a table with an elderly couple obviously locals and regulars...More
We visited Filetti di Baccala as part of a food and wine tour around Rome.
Located off a side street Filetti di Baccala is a small restaurant specialising in salt cod.
The fish is fresh and the batter is really light.
Full of local Italians...More
I loved the fact that you have to go into the kitchen, where they fry, to pick up your food. They fry well indeed, the outside of the fillet is so crunchy, oily and tasty. But I thought the fish itself wasn't that good. Also,...More