My wife and I were traversing between the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona, got lost, and ended up here, on a small side street somewhere between the two landmarks. The food was ok, nothing spectacular. The service was fine. The house vino bianco was decent (it's hard to beat typical Roman vino bianco della casa, which is usually a refreshing frascati). It was a bit much for what we got. No locals dined here, just us, and a couple of French couples. The restaurant next to it had even fewer patrons. I'd keep walking if I were you. There are lots of decent places on Piazza della Rotunda and just west of Piazza Navona. Don't settle while in Rome.