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I booked from Australia for my birthday in Rome and everything worked out very well. We had a good table on the main floor of the restaurant. As the evening went on every table was booked and people waited patiently outside for a table. I...More
I have been here with friends from Rome.
We had this dinner at the end of August and we could have the pleasure to seat in a nice terrace on the first floor.
We had a couple of starters, bruschetta with mushrooms and courgettes scapece,...More
The waiter gave us menus and came back to take our order. Had to ask for wine/champs menu twice and he was annoyed we wanted menu and seemed at a loss when we gave him our food orders. Appetizers were good meatball and cold pan...More
Had a great meal here, it is a little out of the way and not in the city, but it’s worth getting the metro and walking to the restaurant, when we arrived at 8:30 it was quiet but by the time we left at 20...More
Came here because saw it featured on "You Gotta Eat Here" and wanted to try it. While the food was very good and the servings very generous, our waitress was disinterested, never asked how we were doing, and just plunked the food at the edge...More
Based on excellent reviews from various sources we dined here last year. Quite tasty food, very busy - mainly young diners, service ok but we wondered why it had been receiving such high praise. Mediocre dining experience. Revisited in July, to give it the benefit...More
It’s located a 15 min walk from Piramide station through a seedy neighbourhood. You arrive greeted by a low ceiling and friendly service. The food is good but not exceptional. The seafood pasta is well executed as one would expect from a local joint. Service...More
From the very start, we knew we were not going to enjoy our dinners. My husband and I felt as though we had to wrestle a table from the fellow who snarled at us as we entered the restaurant. It occurred to us to leave...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.