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#527 of 8,324 Italian in Rome
#508 of 10,071 Restaurants in Rome
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Trastevere
0.2 miles from Bocca della Verita
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Vegetarian Friendly
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Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
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Italian, Mediterranean, Romana, Lazio, Central-Italian, Contemporary
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Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It's imperative that you get a reservation! I got it at 7:30pm right when they open and it was already full! There were people waiting even after all the tables were occupied. Staff worked as fast at they can and most spoke English. It's typical...Roman food, but I got the carciofo, amatriciana, with a side of grilled vegetables. All dishes were simply amazing, especially the amatriciana which was perfectly cooked and had just the right amount of sauce and saltiness. The carciofo was great and had some salt, the vegetables were mostly grilled zucchini and squash. Servers were friendly and fast, but since it's always crowded it may take some time. Overall, great restaurant.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The food was too expensive for what they offered. We were disappointed of the taste and had much better pasta in Rome for 1/3 of the price. Too many People squeezed inside the small restaurant. The food was not worth waiting 30 min. before we...got a table.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We ate the pasta carbonara for lunch and tried the tiramisu for desert. It was delicious. They definitely knows what they are doing. I can totally recommend Da enzo al 29! No waitingtime either (probably due to Corona)

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed September 11, 2020 via mobile

1)We've been waiting more than 1 hour for a table ( in meanwhile the waiter has favoured the cliens he knew) 2)Another watrees took a plate after finishing meal but not the fork and the knife which she put, dirty, on table. And left... 3)...We've been asked, during the meal, to change the table, so that the stuff could arrange a table for other person.. 4) we've paid 18€ for 4 pieces of ravioli... I'am really shoocked that this restaurant has that good opinion.....or we were lucky...More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed September 11, 2020

The menu is classic Roman. We had the palla al 29, the carbonara and an insalata mista for lunch, all of which were excellent: top-quality ingredients, very well prepared. The service was hospitable, friendly and professional, and I got no ‘touristy’ vibes whatsoever; in fact,...most of the customers were Italian, not that that matters particularly. This is Rome, there are tourists. Da Enzo is the kind of place you get up from in a good mood, and it’s popular for a reason - eating there is a pleasure. Highly recommended.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed September 8, 2020

We came here almost right after Italy relaxed travels between regions. We heard this place always have a long wait so we called in to make a reservation for the first seating which i think is the only reservation they take, 7:30 pm. True enough,...after the first batch of guests (even just after lock down) there was a long wait for a table to open up. I do agree that it could be touristy but the that did not matter, food was delicious and well priced. Caccio e Pepe was excellent, probably one of the best. Highly recommend burrata, ricotta or fiore di zucca for antipasti. We also shared the secondi - costolette meat, it was enough for 2 and melts in your mouth. Everything looked delicious but your belly can only take so much. This place is one of those must try when in Rome. Ambiance truly felt like nonna’s kitchen paired with extremely nice and attentive staff.More

Date of visit: June 2020
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Reviewed September 1, 2020

Let’s start with an introduction: according to many roman friends it used to be good! Enzo became super popular since touristic guides started writing about his trattoria. My experience, as Roman currently living abroad, was poor. Pasta “alla Gricia” was overcooked and extremely salty. The...board menu was full of dishes that nothing have to do with Roman tradition and you’d never find in a proper Roman trattoria. These dishes such as Burrata or Parmigiana were sold as “specials” ... the reality is that they were simply overpriced. In my opinion it is not worth to wait 25 minutes to be seated here. Price is high for what you get. Just leave this place to Americans ;)More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed August 30, 2020

Such a cute place, the food is absolutely brilliant. Try the carbonara, it’s out of this world. The artichoke as an Antipasti was lovely too. We booked 3 days in advance to have a spot for two at 7.30PM. You can not book but you’ll...have to wait in line for a free table. A MUST GO !More

Date of visit: August 2020
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Reviewed August 7, 2020 via mobile

We found this address on a blog and we loved it !!!! The food was excellent, probably the best Amatriciana pasta of Rome. We HIGHLY recommend this place. However, be prepared to wait a little and don’t hesitate to come a little earlier than the...opening hours as this place seems highly known by Roman people. But the queue was definitely worth the wait !More

Date of visit: August 2020
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Reviewed August 2, 2020 via mobile

Excellent and typical cuisine - Zucchini alla parmigiana + polpette + grilled vegetables + amatriciana + fragola e mascarpone + tiramisu - Every single meal was delicious! Service was EXCELLENT! The only little drawback: the house wine. Highly recommended!!!

Date of visit: August 2020
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May 9, 2019|
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Response from Robin V | Reviewed this property |
You will need to contact the restaurant directly. We ate here 6 months ago. i enjoyed my meal and would eat here again. We did not feel like it was a tourist trap. Actually it felt very local to us.
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Response from Jerryzski | Reviewed this property |
Open late at night. We arrived at 22:00 our first night and were seated. Very lively then.
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September 4, 2018|
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Response from TravelsInItaly | Reviewed this property |
Yes I’m sure they’ll take a phone call in any major language - but as I always do when travelling I’d reconfirm the Time and Date the day before the booking. I’ve never booked and any lunch I’ve been there it’s packed so I... More
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