This is a small restaurant close to the pantheon but slightly off the beaten track. You generally have to book a day or two in advance. This restaurant is used by locals and tourists alike - the better hotels seem to recommend it.
We had some truly great food - so good that we visited the restaurant twice in the 5 days we spent in Rome. The raw artichoke salad was great, the pork loin and the veal stuffed with artichoke fabulous and, surprisingly, the best dish in my opinion, was the fusilli with artichoke and bacon. A very simple dish with very distinct and clean flavours.
Desserts were not quite as good as the main dishes but still good. The wine was very reasonably priced although you could easily get carried away with the fine vintages they offered. Service was good, not push or under attentive. Great experience.
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