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My wife and I walked into Sora Lella at 7:10 pm and inquired about being able to dine at Sora Lella. The staff member who was wearing a tee-shirt asked if we had a reservation. I told him that we didn’t. He then said that...More
It may be the most traditional Roman restaurant yet it's unduly too expensive for a medium-low quality kitchen - one first dish is AT LEAST €16!!. Carbonara was slightly bitter (and that's a big failing for a place that boasts a certain quality), pajata -...More
The food was average and everything was over salted. The waiter was impatient and curt. The restaurant was air conditioned but still warm. Eat outdoors. I can’t really say anything special about anyone’s dish and their were five of us eating. I’d pass and try...More
The restaurant's setting is lovely: approaching via the Ponte Fabricio. Traditional trattoria with wooden ceiling. Our party ordered the traditional Romana menu by which we got a taste of various dishes. The recommended wine was excellent along with the dessert. Will definitely eat here again...More
I am reading other reviews and that is NOT the experience that we had! Based on a recommendation we asked our hotel staff to make a reservation for us. We got a reservation for 7:30pm on the same day. When we arrived, we were seated...More
Whoever gave this restaurant a Michelin star is an idiot. We've never had such disgusting food in our entire life. We ordered a rocket and tomato salad for 7 Euros, ravioli and pasta with the so called typical tomato garlic pasta. The salad was just...More