We had lunch here one day on our recent trip to Italy and we loved it. We heard about this place in the Lonely Planet guide book and it sounded really good, and we were not disappointed. It was very busy at lunch time, but that's a good sign, and most of the people there seemed like locals (another good sign.) I tried to eat three arancine because they were so good, but couldn't quite manage it. The traditional with ragu was my favorite. They also do pizza and panini but really, you're here for the aranncine, aren't you? The Prati neighborhood is also really cool for walking around and checking out, sort of off the tourist path. Something I should mention about this place is that I accidentally overpaid because the guy at the till thought I asked for five arancine when I actually ordered three (somehow I didn't notice, because the place was a bit noisy) so when I took my receipt to the counter the guy said 'ok, cinque arancine?' and when I explained that I only wanted three, he went over to the till and gave me my money back for the amount I had overpaid, which was very nice considering how busy they were!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.