We spotted the restaurant on our way back from a long trudge around Rome. We were seated at an outdoor table tucked beside a bit of greenery and climbing vines. We were lucky to get seated because it got BUSY. The service was efficient though a little slow but as I said, they were busy. We ordered Dried Beef Carpacchio with salad and paper thin parmagiono as a first. OK, this was good! I mean really good! For mains my partner had Roast Lamb with Artichokes - excellent, tasty and tender without falling to bits. I had filet cooked to perfection, rare, with greens and baked zucchini. We shared a very good bottle of Pino Nero. I was humming through my meal. Always a good sign. Hand made gelatto for desert - chocolate, lemon and berry, and espressos of course. It was our 45th anniversary and we did not regret our choice of restaurant. A bonus was we had a lovely chat with a German couple at the next table.
We went back to this Trattoria Tritone on our last day in Rome and were treated like old friends. Meal, again was excellent.
We did realize, after a short time in Rome that you have to ask - or signal- for the bill at the end of the meal. No rushing customers out the door and a lot less flipping of tables. I appreciated being able to sit and people watch to my hearts content without feeling shoved out the door.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.