We enjoyed a great meal here on our first night in Rome. We were advised by a local about this little three generation, family owned gem. Food and service were both excellent and the fresh minestrone soup was delicious. An unexpected treat was the salad and cheese with the bread. The Roman style artichokes was also very tasty. The generous serving of wine would fill two glasses back in the states. A tip for travelers in a touristy place is not to eat at a restaurant that is hawking tables as you pass by. The very good ones, this one included, do not have to work to fill tables since they get the locals as well as tourists.
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