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Went there after hearing such good things and was extremely disappointed. The pasta was undercooked and very bland do not understand why people rave on about it only good thing was it was cheap but I guess that shows you get what you pay for
Went around 9PM, they had 2 options which were pitched to us as "with pork and no meat" so not really sure what I had, but both were red sauce based and not very impressive. Yes it's cheap, but it's not very good....if you're really...More
We were in the mood for pasta and therefore decided to walk to this restaurant to enjoy a plate of pasta, but we left before getting any food.
The place is small, mostly a take-away, and upon arriving we saw in front of us two...More
My partner and I ate here twice while in Rome and enjoyed both occasions. The first time we had amazing gnocchi with tomato and pork and tagliatelle with mushrooms. The second we had rigatoni with tomato and pork and another type of pasta with cauliflower....More
Having visited Pastificio Guerra 5 years ago and thoroughly enjoyed the carbonara I was determined to get myself back here when in Rome on our recent road trip. This is a cheap and cheerful pasta palace, perfect for a quick on the go lunch.
The reviews for this place are amazing so we hunted around to find it, it’s just near the Spanish Steps. It opened at 1pm and the queue was huge, we couldn’t believe it! We expected amazing things and although the pasta was great, it just...More