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Don’t go if you are American! Ordered a bottle of wine and weren’t spoke to again. We asked our “server” several times for a menu and then were ignored. Had to order at the bar and the poor chef brought us the food, water, and...More
Not that things are bad or anything, but as their first guest of the evening I expected their attention. And the platters seems a bit uninspired, quality produce just not a lot of effort put in to making them stand out and give your taste...More
Not sure where the bad reviews come from. What you see is what you get: a small place, small (and changing) menu, with well executed food. We very much enjoyed what we had (squid salad, artichokes and cheese platter, all good products). The wine was...More
Nice location, interesting wines ( all naturals) but pretty overpriced and one of the worst food quality I had in Rome - the “baby octopus” with “carrots” was tasteless and rubbery as hell ... there are better ones in Rome !
After reading many rave reviews of this wine bar, I sought it out for my last dinner in Rome. As a solo traveler, I arrived soon after they opened to avoid the crowds and was allowed to pick any table of my choosing. I chose...More
A simple contemporary restaurant / wine bar in this residential area near Gianicolo hill. Pleased to find it open Monday despite what this listings said. Extensive wine list and many by the glass
Sit inside or out, although the later popular with smokers.
Outside of the hustle of the old city, Litro was a great find. The menu, short on details, comes to life once the server started describing the items.
Our group had the Caesar salad (outstanding), the braised chicken (very delicious), the artichoke lasagna (very delicious)...More
Above the city on the Janiculum hill, Monteverde is Rome’s popular "getaway" neighborhood, coveted for its greenery. Rome's largest urban park, Villa Pamphili, is the area's centerpiece with affordable prices and peace and quiet. Monteverde is just far enough away from the center to feel like you’re on a Roman holiday and close enough to feel the lure of Rome's chaos. Though its downside is the lack of scheduled public
transport, this family-oriented area is literally a well-deserved walk in the park.