In a narrow street off the Pantheon lies this hidden (Michelin-rated) gem. A narrow entrance leads to a larger room with beautiful murals and frescoes. Great wine cellar. The food was spectacular and the price was decent for the location.
We had the zucchini blossom appetizer, lamb chops and dessert accompanied by a great Barolo.
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