We had many lunch experiences in Rome that were OK but not compelling and our time at Il Falchetto stood out as a highlight. My wife had a salad and minestrone and I had a pasta and we both thoroughly enjoyed our meals. We paired our dishes with the house wine and had a reasonably economical and delicious experience. We sat on the patio and had the chance to people watch a bit (tourists and locals) and had a great time. We expected through the rest of our trip that this might be the norm and were somewhat disappointed. I'm not sure this is a "must" in Rome, but if you find yourself in the neighborhood, don't hesitate.
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