Right by Trevi Fountain so in a busy area, most 'authentic' looking Osteria / Taberna that I saw around which is why it was chosen.
Had a simple Antipasti of oil and garlic bruschetta followed by homemade meat Lasagne ( I never eat it when out in England as it's been too often a disappointment ). Both were really nice, if the bruschetta hadn't been I would have left there and then to be honest. The lasagne was nice, pretty good in fact but I really struggled to find the meat in my portion, that is the only negative.
Not that it makes any difference to me and it shouldn't to you but the staff seemed to speak to each other in a north african dialect not Italian unless my hearing is going, if so then I apologise, so I do question the authenticity a little.
Given the cost, especially at that location I was a contented customer.
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