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We were not welcome at all. Extremely bad service. At the very nearby restaurant Rosati we got very top service the same evening. Sorry to say, but stay away from
Dal Bolognese. It is not a place you should visit. We are from Norway and...More
I lost the number of times I went to this place. Maybe more than five and I will be back again. As appetizer we ordered mortadella and seafood salad. Main course tagliatelle bolognese and saltimboca. And a tiramisu as dessert to share. Everything was very...More
My partner and I had dinner here restaurant on 16th June for our anniversary. I had eaten here before a few years ago and always had an excellent experience which is why I suggested it as the location for our special dinner, unfortunately on this...More
Made reservations as you have to but we couldn’t figure out why as so many tables were open and many people were standing outside in a line waiting. The food is just ok, the Bolognese sauce was fantastic but the appetizer and dessert courses were...More
When in Rome we go for lunch to Dal Bolognese, no matter what, no matter how often.
The food is best Italian classic, the wine list extensive, the waiters know how to treat a customer, the Maitre D' could not be nicer and our Chihuahua...More
Everything about it was mediocre. Service wasn't great and food was average at best. Atmosphere was wonderful, but for the price and the hype, we expected much better food. And compared to Armando, Roscioli and Pierluigi, this place ranked a distant last.
The food was regular. Nothing special about it.
Staff is kind, except for the manager, he seemed a bit rude.
We've heard good comments about this restaurant in the past, maybe we just chose the wrong day to try it.
Bolognese is great place since 50 years ago for sure is not cheap is expensive but is Piazza del Popolo the hearth of Rome where everything is expensive also the rent is expensive.
I enjoyed the lunch .
My wife and I went to Dal Bolognese on a friend’s recommendation after a nice day walking around Rome. The restaurant is right off a beautiful plaza near the Hotel De Russie and has both indoor and outdoor seating. The outside has heaters for cooler...More
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Do yourself a favour and don't book here, they couldn't even look after my table of 2 well let alone a group - full review just posted. They won't let you book more than a month in advance, I tried emailing the restaurant... More
Do yourself a favour and don't book here, they couldn't even look after my table of 2 well let alone a group - full review just posted. They won't let you book more than a month in advance, I tried emailing the restaurant because it was a special occasion and was told I had to use the online system online which doesn't release dates until a month before.