Absolutely one of the best trattorias in Rome. We had an a fantastic meal. The wine list is varied and affordable and the only thing that was better than the food was the hospitality of the staff. Everyone at the restaurant was so warm and welcoming. It is off the beaten track but absolutely worth taking the #8 tram to the end of the line. We had eggplant frito as a starter, the pasta amatriciana –the best I’ve ever eaten anywhere, and then seafood specials. The specials are really the thing to get but I could not resist the amatriciana as it was our last night in Rome. A friend said “don’t leave Rome without eating at Cesare al Saparetto” and that was wonderful advice. Definitely reserve a table. We arrived at 8:30pm and the restaurant was nearly empty and watched as many, many people without reservations were turned away. The place was packed by 9:15 p.m. and still going strong when we left at 10:45. A lovely evening.