We went to the restaurant to celebrate a birthday of one of our relatives. We were recommended by a B&B owner (from Rome) to eat there as it was "value for money and a good local eat." What was good: the bugatini amatriciana, sauteed mussels, spaghetti with Tuna egg (interesting and different), Porcini (was great), Tiramisu. The Bistecca Florentina was not bad as well. So-so dishes: pizza, Carbonara (disappointing for rome), desserts were nothing spectacular (creme brule and pannacotta were forgettable). The bill was very reasonable. Experience was so-so because of the vibe of the place. We came as a group of 16- as our last night in Rome of course we were chatting away and we were immediately silenced by the elderly lady in the restaurant for being too noisy. We off course were thrown off by this but kept quiet nevertheless. Staff was not friendly/ didn't warm up to us at all. From experience, Italian restaurants may have some arrogance as you walk in but by the end of the meal, we would normally have a nice relationship with the people taking care of us. At the end of the dinner, one of the kids knocked a glass down and the same elderly lady who made us keep quiet was clearly annoyed and unhappily (with very unpleasant motions) cleaned up for us even as we cleaned it already for her. The service and unfrendliness for me ruined the overall experience and I would not go back. The food, at the end of the day, was nothing too special given the experience and the vibe of the place. If you are a big group and want to let loose, this is not the place for you. Also it seemed very unfriendly for kids. Maybe their 4 star rating has gone to their heads.