I had a couple of hours to lunch in Rome between trains at Termini station and wandered a bit searching for a good restaurant. Most were either too crowded or looked too commercial. Alessio wasn't either.
I chose a pretty much classic roman menu (cicoria, amatriciana, rucola etc.) and it was all perfectly cooked and generous. The amatriciana was about the best I ever had, to my surprise as the restaurant looked modern and I expected some reinterpretation of it. Glad there wasn't any of this classic dish.
There's a good selection of wines too. House wine is fine though. Considering the area, it was not too pricey either, 59€ for 2 people, 1 entry, 2 pasta, 2 meat dishes, wine and water. Service was warm and prompt. Absolutely worth a visit if you are in the area.
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