Our party of four ate lunch at this Roman restaurant that appeared to be a family operation. We ordered diverse things - artichokes, fennel salad, funghi appetizer, chickory salad - as antipasto and everyone liked what they got. We followed with penne pasta arriabata, sea bass, pizza of the sea, and veal cutlets. Again, everyone was happy. Finally we shared a tiramisu and finished with coffee. Although I would not describe any of the meals as "gourmet", the food was tasty and the service cheerful and helpful. We would visit again.
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