I see that some people were not happy with their experience at Pallotta. Let me explain the basics of restaurants in Rome. I hope that my experience will help other fellow Americans. Waiters in real Roman restaurants (not the tourists stuff) classify clients in several categories. On top are people speaking with a Roman accent. Then, people who speak Italian. Foreigners follow and I don't want to get in classifications that could cause trouble. Let me say that some foreigners are not welcome in restaurants for locals. History is history and I can't do anything about it. Foreigners tend to be loud, arrogant, waste waiter’s time asking for foolish explanations and order the wrong wine. If you are a foreigner and want to have a great experience in a restaurant like Pallotta ask for help from the waiter and follow his suggestions. He will treat you right because he wants you to tip him well. Pallotta is the typical and one of the best restaurants for locals. Managed by an iron lady gives you great pizza, very good Roman cuisine and they really know how to cook beef on the grill. The outside garden is a jewel. The waiters are always in a rush but they know their trade. Book in advance, be patient and enjoy your meal. After all, the prices are low for the quality of the food.
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