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All reviews carbonara roast pork roman style artichokes contorni trippa cacio pepe antipasti rabbit potatoes tiramisu roman food wild strawberries our waiter monday night real roman attentive service first night
Revisited this Trattoria from 15 years ago. Same old world charm. Ordered the Cacio E Pepe and that was among the best we had in Roma. Also tried the Maialino and the Cacciatora with a finish of Tiramisu. Great meal.
The risk in any Roman trattoria is ending up in a place enjoyed mainly by turists or passerbys, who will not come back ever. This means the trattoria in question will focus on gimmicks and desserts, while overlooking main courses and services. This paradigm perfectly...More
I went here for dinner with a party of 5. We had a reservation, and were seated right away. The restaurant isn't overly fancy, but the food and the atmosphere were good. Our waiter had a good grasp of English - which was good because...More
There was no menu outside and were undecided about opening the door but we should not have worried. The food was good and reasonably priced for Rome. The service was friendly and the dining room soon filled up with locals... always a good sign!
I visited here after a recommendation from a local whilst in Rome for business. I had a typical cheese and pepper roman pasta, the apple pie and a red wine. It was all delicious, reasonably priced and I would happily eat it again. In addition...More
U find in Testaccio, a very colourful part of Rome.
This place is there since the beginning of 1900! It’s speciality is to serve ONLY real roman kitchen.
Service is ok and prices are good too.
Also the wine of the house is not bad,...More
You can enjoy the very traditional Roman foods. Maybe the best carbonara in town. Coda and Trippa also "da Dio". One problem: trying to book. The restaurant is relatively small and usually fully booked. But if you call they don't answer, and there is no...More
Put the house music on replay and you have Testaccio, an ancient Roman port and former working class neighborhood where the bass is set to high almost every night of the week. Its collection of discoteche (nightclubs), street parties, and crowded restaurants give it its well-deserved party reputation. During the daytime, Testaccio is more easy listening than club hit, the area is full of locally owned small
businesses and has one of the city's larger produce markets.